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Brain Injury & Communication Disorder

After Brain Injury, sometimes people are left with comprehension and communication disorders such as reading, speaking, or writing because of damage or injury to the specific area in the brain. The survivor may struggle to find correct words or understand what you are saying depending on the type and severity level of the damage.

Here are a few tips on supporting your loved ones if they are facing the same challenge due to an injury to their brain,

  • Do not shout. They can hear you just OK; they have difficulty processing words as quickly as before.

  • Normally repeat what you said to ensure both parties feel respected.

  • Work closely with their speech therapist about how best to communicate with their loved ones.

Do you need support looking after your loved ones at home? Call us to speak with our

dedicated team to find out how our home care services can help you.

Call us on 02083995988 or 07497604749 or email us at farah@communitycareexperts.com

To find us about our brain injury service offering visit us at https://www.communitycareexperts.com/

Brain Injury | Home Care Surbiton and Kingston Home Care Providers Kingston (communitycareexperts.com)



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