Evidence Based Practice

Read about evidence based practice on ASHA’s website.

  1. 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....

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.