Assistive technology for cognition (ATC) has tremendous potential to support increased independence in adults with cognitive impairments due to traumatic brain injury (TBI) by compensating for these impairments. However, the ATC literature cites lack of effective instruction as a barrier to successful, long-term use.
We provide brief reviews of research literature relevant to educating students with concussions and other brain injuries. These research briefs provide summaries of newly released studies highlighting the key point for easy access.
Access recorded versions of CBIRT’s webinar series featuring experts in the field of brain injury including: Gerard Gioia, PhD, Michael Koester, MD, Audrey McKinlay, PhD, David Kracke, JD, Jim Chesnutt, MD, Ryann Watson-Stites, PhD, and Susan Davies, EdD. hh
Ann Glang, PhD, and Catrin Rode, PhD, presented at the International Brain Injury Association’s 12th World Congress on Brain Injury in New Orleans (March 29-April 1, 2017). Ann presented as part of the National Collaborative on Children’s Brain Injury (NCCBI) on “Current Efforts to Address Critical...
https://journals.lww.com/topicsinlanguagedisorders/Abstract/2020/01000/Identification_of_Key_Therapy_Ingredients_for_SLPs.3.aspx CBIRT faculty members produce a variety of publications reflecting our commitment to both academic scholarship and promoting awareness and education of traumatic brain injury. Learn more about our research interests.