Traumatic Brain Injury


A traumatic brain injury is an injury to the brain caused by an outside force (e.g., fall hitting the head, automobile accident, etc.).

The effects and impairments seen following a traumatic brain injury depend upon which area(s) of the brain was injured during the accident. Most often, disruption or change in brain function can be seen in the following domains:

  • Attention skills
  • Judgment and problem solving skills
  • Inferencing skills
  • Memory and/or short-term recall
  • Language (comprehension or production) – language impairment is called Aphasia
  • Speech clarity

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Salubris Speech Therapy offers cognitive rehab to target each of these areas for improved daily functioning and quality of life.

Contact us for a free consultation to determine if Salubris Speech Therapy can meet your needs.