A cognitive communication disorder may result after a concussion, stroke or traumatic brain injury or from medical conditions that affect brain function. Such patients can turn to Atlantic Rehabilitation for cognitive-based therapy, which may improve attention, organization and memory.
We use computer-based practice exercises and strategy development to enhance conversational and daily planning skills. In addition, we offer a brain injury support group so patients can receive mutual education and encouragement:
Brain Injury Support Group
Fourth Wednesday of every month, 11:30am to 12:30pm
550 Central Avenue, New Providence, NJ
For more information and to register, please call 908-522-2885.
Cognitive communication therapy is provided at a variety of Atlantic Rehabilitation locations, including New Providence Campus, Wayne Campus and Chilton Medical Center. Please call 1-855-862-2778 to schedule an appointment or to verify availability of services.
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