U of M Moment: Rehabilitating Brain Injuries

“There might be effective ways to rehabilitate brain-injured people to a healthy, if not entirely normal, state. For some areas, like problems with language, communication and memory, there is scientific evidence that cognitive rehabilitation therapy makes a difference, but for other areas there is little evidence.”

To listen to Dr. Kennedy discuss the recentĀ InstituteĀ of Medicine report on Cognitive Rehabilitation, click here.

Research from the NeuroCognitive Communication Lab (NCCL)

Dr. Mary Kennedy, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Dr. Mary Kennedy, Ph.D., CCC-SLP runs the NCCL, where her research is focused on understanding and managing the cognitive and language problems of individuals who have sustained a brain injury.