Hear from Dr. Frank Lewis, PhD on the symptoms and causes of depression following a brain injury. Dr. Lewis, a cognitive psychologist and NeuroRestorative's Director of Clinical Outcomes, provides advice to family members and treatment options to help individuals cope with depression and continue to heal from their injury.
Following a brain injury, the deeply embedded and long-term memories usually remain intact while short-term memory may significantly affected. Learn about the three memory system areas and strategies that can help a survivor improve their memory from NeuroRestorative's Tori Harding.
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.
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.