Videos

Brain Injury and Personality
Brain Injury and Personality

In this video NeuroRestorative's Dr. Gordon Horn explains the cognitive, emotional and social components that impact personality. As a neuropsychologist, Dr. Horn works with individuals and families to evaluate, stabilize, and optimize personality changes so individuals can continue their rehabilitative progress.

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Brain Injury and Seizures
Brain Injury and Seizures

It is estimated that 65% of people who have had a penetrating brain injury experience seizures. Hear from Registered Nurse Rebecca Naughton on the types, causes and treatment options for individuals who experience seizures.

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Brain Injury and Speech
Brain Injury and Speech

Speech Language Pathologist Jessica Buckley talks about aphasia—which is the impairment of language-comprehension or expression caused by brain damage—and how individuals with this condition have difficulty communicating the words that they want to use. Buckley expresses the importance of finding a speech language pathologist who can teach techniques and strategies that help individuals with brain injury identify words and improve their communication skills.

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Katie, Avalon Park
Katie, Avalon Park

Meet Katie, a participant at NeuroRestorative Avalon Park, a unique facility in Florida, offering brain and spinal cord injury services in an inclusive, fully accessible community.

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Local ABC Affiliate Features ThinkFirst Program
Local ABC Affiliate Features ThinkFirst Program

Local ABC affiliate features NeuroRestorative Carbondale's ThinkFirst program designed to educate youth on sports-related concussion.

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