Psychological sciences’ Angela Ciccia argues for speech pathology for children with traumatic brain injuries

Angela Ciccia, associate professor of psychological sciences, recently had an article published in the American Speech-Language Hearing Association’s publication, Leader.

Her article, titled “Supporting ‘Return to Learn’ after TBI,” addressed how school- and hospital-based speech language pathologists can coordinate when a child has a traumatic brain injury.

Ciccia identified several approaches speech language pathologists can take to help children in recovery from such injuries, including identifying a protocol, remaining in contact and monitoring symptoms and progress.

Read her article on the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Leader website.