25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

UNDERPINNINGS OF COMMUNICATION W/ ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY & IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERVENTION

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This presentation will review physiological and cognitive-linguistic underpinnings of communication and how acquired brain injuries can impinge on speech intelligibility, cognitive processes, and complex language functions. Concepts from models of attention, memory, executive functioning, aphasia, and motor speech production will be presented. Because brain injuries may affect one or more of these systems, presenters will review evidence-based interventions and tools to maximize functional outcomes related to life participation for survivors of acquired brain injury.

After this motivating presentation, listeners will be able to:

1) Learners will be able to begin to recognize the underpinnings of damaged communication subsystems. Learners will be able to begin to summarize the impact this damage has on communication; and,
2) Learners will be able to begin to outline basic communicative interventions and strategies that may enhance communicative success for life participation.

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