The Neuropsychology of Expressive Aphasia (#FOANed Article)

Expressive aphasia (a.k.a. Broca’s aphasia) is a disorder of language resulting in non-fluent, effortful speech alongside difficulty repeating phrases and naming objects (Spreen & Risser, 2003).

10 Quick Fixes to Reverse Memory Loss

Although things like Alzheimer’s Disease cannot be cured, symptoms of memory loss can often be managed early in the course of disease. Some memory loss symptoms include getting lost, or losing track of appointments. This article introduces 10 quick fixes to sharpen your memory. However, since some types of memory loss are highly reversible, itContinue reading “10 Quick Fixes to Reverse Memory Loss”

Trauma-informed Empathy for Health and Social Service Professionals

The practice of empathy helps us relate to others and respond effectively, and is a key skill required of professionals in health & social service positions.