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On staff since November 2012
"Working in rehabilitation is a unique and rewarding experience. Each day I see children persevere in their efforts to overcome acute, and at times, lasting effects of illness or injury. Seeing such effort and determination on a daily basis inspires me. Being a part of a team focused on returning children to previous levels of functioning and independence is invaluable."
Neuropsychological assessment of pediatric patients who have sustained a concussion or traumatic brain injury, provision of recommendations to facilitate return to pre-injury functional status. Targeted areas of intervention include cognitive functioning, academic performance, psychosocial adjustment, and participation in sports/activities.
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