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People can experience difficulty in the areas of Cognitive-Communication Function following a stroke, mild concussion, traumatic brain injury as well as a result of various degenerative disorders. Areas of deficits may include:

  • Attention
  • Concrete and abstract problem solving
  • Memory
  • Organizational skills
  • Visual/spatial skills

A Speech Language Pathologist can help in the assessment and treatment of cognitive-communication deficits to aid in successful return to work and or increase in functional independence and quality of life. For additional information you can contact the Rehabilitation Services Department at UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center by calling 410-787-4433.