Med SLP Bundle: Brain Health Literacy
Med SLP Bundle: Brain Health Literacy
Med SLP Bundle: Brain Health Literacy
Med SLP Bundle: Brain Health Literacy
Med SLP Bundle: Brain Health Literacy

Med SLP Bundle: Brain Health Literacy

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This bundle comes with 4 tools for speech-language pathologists providing general health literacy education regarding brain health.

By purchasing as a bundle, you save 10% compared to purchasing products individually.

Value: $20
Price: $18

Digital version comes with full digital access of all files in PDF format.

Print+Digital provides both digital access to all PDF files as well as a printed copy of all materials delivered to you in the mail; free shipping within the U.S.

This bundle includes these resources:

  • Cognition and Stress
    This handout is designed for rehabilitation therapists working with people experiencing cognitive impairment related to stress. The handout includes accessible, evidence-based information about how stress affects cognition and features 30 simple strategies to try that may help reduce stress. This handout is particularly designed for patients and families in the midst of rehabilitation after traumatic events.
  • The Bladder-Brain Connection (UTIs)
    This handout is designed for rehabilitation clinicians working with adults in healthcare settings. The handout describes the brain-bladder connection, particularly among older adults, and lists the signs/symptoms associated with cognitive dysfunction in the context of a urinary tract infection. Designed for clinicians, staff, family, caregivers, and patients.
  • Types of Memory
    This handout is designed for rehabilitation therapists addressing memory impairments. The visual describes the following types of memory: Sensory, short-term, working, long-term, retrospective, and prospective. The handout is designed to help increase insight into the way that the brain creates and stores memory and how targeted functional therapy can optimize each type of memory.
  • Cognition and Aging
    Many people experiencing changes with cognition question whether these changes are related to the natural aging process. This handout provides insight into latest evidence base describing the difference between dementia and cognitive-changes related to aging. The handout also includes 7 strategies to support healthy aging in order to slow the cognitive aging process.

Tech specs: Digital download. 4 pages + cover page. 8.5 x 11 inches. Zipped file that decompresses to PDF format. 12.3 MB.