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What Are the Types of Rehabilitation?

If you have experienced a catastrophic injury like a brain injury, spinal cord injury, or stroke, rehabilitation is a key step in helping you recover. Through various levels of care, […]

Trading Places: Dipika Aggarwal’s Story of Recovery Using Telerehabilitation

Dipika Aggarwal, a hospital-based neurologist, traded her white coat for a patient’s gown when she sustained a moderate stroke in 2019 resulting in right hemiplegia (weakness of the right side […]

Online Speech Therapy: An Interview with Dr. Karen Hux

Often led by a speech-language pathologist, the treatment of cognitive and communication deficits has traditionally been delivered face-to-face in a clinical setting. However, online speech-language therapy has emerged as a […]

Is Speech Therapy Usually Covered by Insurance?

Speech therapy is an important tool for treating speech disorders and impairments, but is speech therapy covered by insurance? Read on to find out. More than 7 million Americans have a voice […]

Aphasia: The Frontlines of Communication and Research at QLI

Originally published on QLI Omaha. Aphasia is a language disorder associated with injury to parts of the brain responsible for communication. Arguably the best way to describe aphasia is with […]

5 Tools to Support Memory and Organization Deficits

What was that name? Who did I talk to yesterday? When was that appointment? We don’t realize the amount of information we encounter and are forced to remember each day. […]

Work from Home: Kintinu Telerehab Offers Solutions When Nothing Else Can

Today, Jeff Griffin is playing with his daughter, Leta. The one-year-old blazes into the living room, half-sprint and half-waddle, right to the spot where Jeff sits on the carpet. She […]

Telerehabilitation: Benefits, Misconceptions, and How to Achieve Long-Term Adoption

Although telemedicine has been around since the beginning of the 20th century, resistance to widespread adoption remains, especially when considering clinical applications that traditionally involve a “hands-on” component. Telerehabilitation involving […]

5 Tips for Telepractice Success

As a therapist working in telepractice, the question I get asked most is, “how does that work?”  There are many considerations to account for to make sessions successful.  From video […]