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Eval Tool

A Continuum of Traumatic Brain Injury Outcome Measures for Walking

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AdultPTBrain InjuryStroke
This is an excellent resource for any clinician trying to choose the right outcome measure to capture the walking ability of their patient with a traumatic brain injury. It classifies measures into a category of severe, moderate, mild, or independent. With this guide you will be able to easily select a measure that will capture […]
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Handout

A Basic Guide to Spasticity

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AdultOTPTBrain InjurySpasticityStroke
This handout outlines what spasticity is, causes of spasticity, and treatment options available. Designed for patients who are experiencing spasticity as a result of brain injury.
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Therapy Material

5 Pocket-Sized Low Tech AAC Cards for People with Aphasia

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AdultSLPAphasiaBrain Injury
5 low-tech AAC cards designed for people who want a low-key, basic, pocketable communication tool. The five cards feature an alphabet board, basic words (nurse, doctor, bathroom, medications, glasses, shoes), emojis to communicate emotions, a visual pain scale, and yes/no card with communication strategies.
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Therapy Material

5 Alternating Attention Tasks (No Language Required)

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AdultSLPAphasiaAttentionBrain InjuryStrokeVisual Impairment/Neglect
These 5 alternating attention tasks require patients to alternate attention between the objects ordered at the top of the page and the objects randomly placed below. These tasks do not require the patient to read and may work for people who have aphasia or when there is a language barrier.
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Handout

10 Ways to Support Your Recovery (Inside and Outside the Treatment Room)

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AdultOTBrain InjuryResilienceStroke
Recovery doesn’t stop at the threshold of the therapy room. This handout is designed for rehabilitation therapists working with patients who are recovering from brain injury. It lays out 10 concrete ways that they can support neuroplasticity and maximize recovery from brain injury.
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Adaptive Tech

10 Voice Commands for Voice Activated Systems

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AdultOTSLPALSFall RiskMultiple SclerosisMyasthenia GravisParkinson’sStroke
This handout is designed for rehabilitation therapists working with people who no longer have the mobility or fine motor control to operate phones, computers, lights, blinds, etc. Using voice activated systems (such as the Amazon Echo or the Google Home), these patients can use voice commands to increase independence, reduce reliance on caregivers, and optimize […]
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