The leading news journal of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association asked in its May issue if people who have suffered serious brain injuries can be taught critical skills that allow them to resume their lives.
For the answer, the ASHA Leader turned to McKay Sohlberg, the UO's HEDCO Professor in Communication Disorders and Sciences and a fellow of the professional organization.
"I’m passionate about working with people who've had some kind of acquired insult to their brain," says Sohlberg, who has been at the UO since 1994 and serves as director of the Communication Disorders and Sciences program in the College of Education. "My goal is to help improve their day-to-day functioning.”
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