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
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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