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Course Description

This course reviewed the research that supports the provision of activities that infuse the principles of neuroplasticity and demonstrated how the implementation of AT can be utilized to maximize experience-dependent neuroplasticity, from the perspectives of a stroke survivor and aphasia advocate, Dr. Thomas Broussard, and an SLP, Faye Stillman.

Meet the Presenters

 Thomas G. Broussard, Jr. Ph.D.

Tom Broussard is the author of the Stroke Diary trilogy of books, detailing his experience as a stroke survivor and educator.

 

 

Faye Stillman, M.S., CCC-SLP/ATP

Faye Stillman is an ASHA certified Florida licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and a RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional. She has authored three books and presented at ASHA and ATIA.

 

Course Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

            • Describe at least three research-based factors supporting the need to induce and leverage the principles of neuroplasticity
            • Discuss four different scenarios in which technology is utilized for best practice in experience-dependent neuroplasticity
            • Identify three simple actions they can take to utilize the principles of neuroplasticity in treatment and in HEPs

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