ASHA members' and volunteers' safety is our top priority, and we're here to help you during this uncertain time. Check for the latest updates and resources, including on telepractice. Please continue to contact the Action Center with any questions. Also note:

  • The ASHA National Office’s all-remote operations status is extended to at least June 12.
  • ASHA travel ban for staff and volunteers is extended to at least July 31 with the continuing proviso to not book any ASHA-related travel past that date for the time being.

Models of Care for Communication Concerns in Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury Attempting Work Return

October 23, 2019

7:00 - 9:00 p.m. ET

Sponsored by SIG 2, Neurogenic Communication Disorders

Communication is a foundational component to the workplace. However, rehabilitation of workplace-related communication in persons with acquired brain injury (ABI) has only recently been explored as an area of research. There are no preferred practice recommendations for work-related communication issues. Speech-language pathologists are uniquely positioned to assess and treat these disorders but with little research to provide direction currently the state of the field is directed by idiosyncratic practice patterns. We will provide speech-language pathologists with practice options based on various models of care for individuals with ABI. Sponsored by SIG 2, Neurogenic Communication Disorders This free event is open to all ASHA members. This web chat is not offered for continuing education units (CEUs).

  • Peter Meulenbroek, MSCI, PhD, CCC-SLP
    Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky, College of Health Sciences
  • Brian Phillips, PhD
    Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), Assistant Professor, Utah State University 
  • Therese O'Neil-Pirozzi, ScD, CCC-SLP
    Northeastern University and Spaulding/Harvard Traumatic Brain Injury Model System

This free event is open to all ASHA members (it is not offered for CEUs).

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