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After a brain injury, people often experience lingering symptoms that make their day-to-day more challenging. These higher level thinking skills are critical for getting things done and being independent. Whether it’s remembering to take your medications, cooking dinner, getting to appointments on time, or getting back to school, these cognitive skills play a major role.

  • Attention

  • Memory

  • Problem Solving

  • Planning

  • Organization

  • Self-Awareness

  • Cognitive fatigue





Communication is critical for getting the help you need, ensuring your thoughts are heard, and connecting in a meaningful way with others. The clarity of your speech, the sound of your voice, and the words you choose to say can be impacted by a brain injury. Often, the way you understand and process language is affected as well. Speech and language disorders seen after a brain injury include:

  • Aphasia 

  • Apraxia

  • Dysarthria

  • Voice disorders (including Dysphonia, Vocal Fold Paralysis)

  • Word finding difficulties


We currently accept private pay only. If your insurance covers OON benefits, we can provide you with a superbill which may allow for reimbursement through your insurance company. This is not guaranteed, however, we can provide resources that walk you through the conversation with your insurance.

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