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Cognitive Communication Therapy

After a stroke, brain injury, COVID recovery or other neurogenic diagnosis, changes in cognition are common. Below are some features of cognitive-communication disorders that you may notice. A licensed speech language pathologist (SLP) can diagnose and treat these problems.


you or a loved one may:

  • experience confusion about where you are or the date or time

  • have trouble remembering what you've done throughout the day

  • get lost in familiar or new environments

  • have difficulty following through on commitments or attending appointments



you or a loved one may:

  • experience "brain fog" or difficulty concentrating

  • miss important details when reading or in a conversation

  • skip words or sections of a page when reading or unintentionally ignore people in your surroundings if not directly in front of you


Planning/ Executive Functioning

you or a loved one may:

  • have trouble "putting the pieces together" or taking multiple variables into consideration when planning or making a decision

  • have a "loose filter"- say things  before thinking it through

  • struggle to predict the consequences of your actions

Not sure if cognitive communication therapy is right for you? Contact us for a free 15 minute consultation

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