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Turning Toward Monitoring of Gaze Stability Exercises: The Utility of Wearable Sensors (2020)

Turning Toward Monitoring of Gaze Stability Exercises: The Utility of Wearable Sensors (2020)

Loyd B, et al. (2020). Turning Toward Monitoring of Gaze Stability Exercises: The Utility of Wearable Sensors. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy, 44(4), 261-267. The aim of the study was to determine the effectiveness of wearable sensors for individuals with vestibular dysfunction. This collected data was meant to help determine effectiveness of vestibular exercise programs as well as provide information on appropriate timing of progressions. Specifically this article followed individuals with Multiple Sclerosis and complaints of dizziness. Design/Methods/Participants: Researchers in Utah selected 28 subjects to participate in the study. Subjects had a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis and had complaints of dizziness...

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Megan Berg
9 Functional Word Finding Exercises To Try Today

9 Functional Word Finding Exercises To Try Today

Article by Dana M. Bryant, M.Ed., CCC-SLP “What do you call this? --- Ball What’s this ?-- Dog What do you use these for? ---- To cut” Your speech therapy session, especially if with a patient with mild or mild-moderate word finding deficits, does NOT have to go like this. As a matter of fact, it shouldn’t. You also don't have to flip through countless workbooks looking for just the right worksheet to help Patient John Doe with naming and word finding. Sometimes, we as speech-language pathologists forget how much word finding is in our everyday life tasks. All we...

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