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Using Mobile Apps for Memory Management after a Brain Injury

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John Morris, Wireless RERC research scientist, and Tracey Wallace, a speech language pathologist at Shepherd Center, presented at the 2012 American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention. The presentation highlighted a variety of practice guidelines and techniques that use various mobile applications and can help with memory management in individuals recovering from a brain injury.

The theme of the 2012 ASHA Convention was “Evidence of Excellence: Opportunities and Outcomes”, which focused on the partnership between clinical practice and research, as it relates to the most current research, tools, and techniques to be applied in the area of speech-language and hearing. The Convention was held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia, from November 15-17, 2012.

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