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Why Metacognitive Strategies Work for People with TBI
Using metacognitive strategies sounds fancy, but it's a simple concept. SLPs give patients one strategy to apply across many situations ... a way to break down a large task into smaller, manageable ones.
Produced by Victoria Tilney McDonough, Brian King, and Jared Schaubert, BrainLine.
Inbal Eshel, MA, CCC-SLP is the lead traumatic brain injury speech-language pathologist at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. She provides diagnostic and therapeutic interventions aimed at minimizing cognitive and language deficits and maximizing quality of life.
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