COGNITIVE COMMUNICATION THERAPY
Mild Cognitive Communication therapy and training supports individuals who are experiencing a mild disruption of cognitive skills such as memory, attention, organization, perspective taking, problem-solving and reasoning.
These challenges may be related to an acquired or neurodegenerative communication disorder, such as brain injury or aphasia, but may also be present in disorders affecting executive functioning, such as ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
Mild cognitive challenges present a barrier for individuals who are striving to achieve their professional and social goals. Through detailed assessment and individually tailored treatment, we will support you in managing and overcoming these barriers to improve confidence and achieve success.
EXAMPLES OF GOAL STATEMENTS:
I will identify and implement strategies to support attention, organization, planning, scheduling and memory
I will improve the organization, conciseness and accuracy of my written and verbal communication
I will develop confident and authentic communication (e.g. social, workplace, etc.)
I will improve my awareness of self and others to strengthen communication and metacognition
I will develop independence and efficiency with problem solving and reasoning in daily situations
I will learn strategic reading skills to improve reading comprehension
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