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Returning to Reading: Adaptive Supports

April 30, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
This handout discusses different types of strategies and resources you can use to help with improving your ability to read, whether it be a book or signs in your environment.
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High Contrast and Low Vision

March 31, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
This resource details why high contrast strategies work, provides plenty of visual examples, discusses safety concerns to place emphasis on, and the use of interviews to guide intervention for individuals with low vision. Drowsy Driving (November, 2022). Cdc.gov. Retrieved February 6, 2024 from https://www.cdc.gov/sleep/features/drowsy-driving.html.
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Reaction Time + Driving

March 31, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
This therapy material provides simple education on reaction time and how it is associated with driving as well therapy activities that can improve reaction time, and a handout portion covering driving tips to combat slower reaction time.
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Stretches for Shoulder Pain and Range of Motion

March 31, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
This HEP focuses on key stretches for decreasing shoulder pain and improving shoulder ROM. Clark-Wilson, J., Giles, G. M., & Baxter, D. M. (2014). Revisiting the Neuro­ functional Approach: Conceptualizing the core components for the rehabilitation of everyday living skills. Brain Injury, 28, 1646– 1656. Giles, G. M., & Clark-Wilson, J. (Eds.). (1993). Brain injury […]
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Vestibular Rehabilitation

March 31, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
This resource provides a treatment guide for the clinician with exercises and activities to address vestibular dysfunction.
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Is It Dementia? Navigating the Complicated Diagnosis Process

March 31, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
Getting a dementia diagnosis seems like a straightforward thing, but it often takes years, and the diagnostic tools we have are very limited. This handout is perfect for families who are questioning if they need to consider a diagnosis of dementia, but aren’t sure where to start. Prince, M., Wimo, A., Guerchet, M., Ali, G. […]
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Clinical Guide to Addressing Mild Cognitive Impairment

March 31, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
What is mild cognitive impairment (MCI)? Is it something that we treat? If you’re looking to get a solid foundation in MCI, this guide is for you! Albert, M. S., DeKosky, S. T., Dickson, D., Dubois, B., Feldman, H. H., Fox, N. C., … & Phelps, C. H. (2011). The diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment […]
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