Transforming Cognitive Rehabilitation

Effective Instructional Methods

McKay Moore Sohlberg, Justine Hamilton, and Lyn S. Turkstra

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ISBN 9781462550876
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336 Pages
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McKay Moore Sohlberg, PhD, CCC-SLP, is Professor of Communication Disorders and Sciences at the University of Oregon, where she has been teaching, conducting research, and providing clinical training since 1994. Dr. Sohlberg is known internationally for her pioneering work in the field of cognitive rehabilitation. She has published widely on the development and evaluation of treatments to assist people with acquired brain injury in managing cognitive impairments in order to function optimally in their communities. Dr. Sohlberg has contributed to a number of evidence-based practice guidelines supported by the Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences.

Justine Hamilton, MClSc, MBA, is Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education in the Speech–Language Pathology Program at the School of Rehabilitation Science, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Ms. Hamilton joined McMaster to help develop the first problem-based learning program in speech–language pathology in North America. Her teaching responsibilities include problem-based tutorial and clinical skills lab courses. Prior to joining McMaster, Ms. Hamilton was the cofounder of a speech–language pathology practice with three locations across southern Ontario. Her interests include assessment and treatment of aphasia and cognitive–communication disorders as well as objective measurement of meaningful, real-world outcomes.

Lyn S. Turkstra, PhD, is Assistant Dean and Professor in the Speech–Language Pathology Program at the School of Rehabilitation Science, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. She is a clinical speech–language pathologist by training and senior scholar in the field of acquired cognitive–communication disorders. Dr. Turkstra's research aims to advance our understanding of cognitive mechanisms underlying communication disorders, and to translate research findings into assessment and intervention methods that improve life participation for adolescents and adults with acquired brain injury. Dr. Turkstra has coauthored national and international practice guidelines in cognitive rehabilitation for both civilian and military populations.