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Aphasia – Imagine life without words – it could happen to you.
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Aphasia (or dysphasia) is a communication difficulty caused by brain damage. Most people who have aphasia have had a stroke, but it can also occur from tumours, infection and progressive diseases like motor neuron disease (ALS).
There are different types of aphasia like Wernicke’s, Broca’s. Conduction, Anomic and Global Aphasia which relates to the part of the brain that’s damaged. The term is also a descriptor of whether you lose your capacity to understand speech, talk, read and/or write. There are also different severity types, Global being the most severe as it affects all modes of written and verbal communication. However there is one commonality, the person with aphasia’s frustration at not being able to communicate in the way they used to.
This video on “Aphasia – life without words” was made by a Speech Pathologist and aims to take you into the world of a person with aphasia – a young mother who struggles to do everyday things. How does she shop? Eat at a café? Spend time with friends? This video also shows real life examples of supports and treatment options anyone can put in place, once they have been shown how.
Millions of people suffer from this condition, its time they had a voice, it is time people understood aphasia.
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Aphasia: FIND the opportunity, MAKE the difference
[VIDEO] Functional electrical stimulation (FES) for stroke patient to improve walking ability. – YouTube
Functional electrical stimulation (FES) for Walking its important training for Improvement the waking in Stroke patient, FES is guide training for patient foot to pick up from ground. It’s also showed improvement in walking after training with FES. I am thankful to my patient for giving me consent for this Video. I am want to thank MGM MCRI Hospital and MGM Physiotherapy Rehabilitation and Fitness Centre, Aurangabad, Maharashtra for constant support. Neuro Physiotherapist: Dr. Gaurav C. Mhaske (PT)
[VIDEO] Stroke Rehabilitation: Use of electrical stimulation to help the fingers be able to open and close – YouTube
This video demonstrates how to use FES, Functional Electrical Stimulation, to engage the muscles of the arm to extend and flex the fingers
Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to restructure its neural connections at any given moment. It allows nerve cells to adjust their formation in response to novelty and challenged.
This video talks about the key principles of neuroplasticity and the 6 simple ways to increase neuroplasticity.
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Table of Contents What is Neuroplasticity: 00:14 Neuroplasticity Explained: 00:49 Benefits of Neuroplasticity: 01:54 The Key to Increase Neuroplasticity: 02:22 Strategies to Increase Neuroplasticity: 02:32 #1 Whole-Brain Holistic Thinking: 02:40 #2 Practice FLOW: 04:08 #3 Expose Yourself to Novelty: 05:25 #4 Meditation: 05:45 #5 Exercise: 06:20 #6 Intermittent Fasting: 06:43 Nutrients for Neuroplasticity: 07:04 Concluding Remarks: 08:12 Become Limitless: 08:52
What if your brain at 77 were as plastic as it was at 7? What if you could learn Mandarin with the ease of a toddler or play Rachmaninoff without breaking a sweat? A growing understanding of neuroplasticity suggests these fantasies could one day become reality. Neuroplasticity may also be the key to solving diseases like Alzheimer’s, depression, and autism. In this program, leading neuroscientists discuss their most recent findings and both the tantalizing possibilities and pitfalls for our future cognitive selves.
PARTICIPANTS: Alvaro Pascual-Leone, Nim Tottenham, Carla Shatz
MODERATOR: Guy McKhann
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TOPICS: – Opening film 00:07 – What is neuroplasticity? 03:53 – Participant introductions 04:21 – Structure of the brain 05:21 – Is the brain fundamentally unwired at the start? 07:02 – Why does the process of human brain development seem inefficient? 08:30 – Balancing stability and plasticity 10:43 – Critical periods of brain development 13:01 – Extended human childhood development compared to other animals 14:54 – Stability and. plasticity in the visual system 17:37 – Reopening the visual system 25:13 – Pros and cons of brain plasticity vs. stability 27:28 – Plasticity in the autistic brain 29:55 – What is Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) 31:25 – Phases of emotional development 33:10 – Schizophrenia and plasticity 37:40 – Recovery from brain injury 40:24 – Modern rehabilitation techniques 47:21 – Holy grail of Neuroscience 50:12 – Enhancing memory performance as we age 53:37 – Regulating emotions 57:19
PROGRAM CREDITS: – Produced by Nils Kongshaug – Associate Produced by Christine Driscoll – Opening film written / produced by Vin Liota – Music provided by APM – Additional images and footage provided by: Getty Images, Shutterstock, Videoblocks
This program was recorded live at the 2018 World Science Festival and has been edited and condensed for YouTube.
Welcome to the Northern Brain Injury Association’s webcast on ‘flooding’, created to help you assist survivors of brain injury who are experiencing flooding by teaching them to identify their triggers, control their exposure and manage their anxiety. For more webcasts on issues faced by survivors of brain injury, visit http://www.nbia.ca
Find out more at https://brainlaw.com/invisible-rain-c… A TBI is a life changing event. But traumatic brain injury is often called “The Invisible Injury” as injuries (and symptoms) will not always be obvious to an observer.
And for those suffering from a TBI it can be difficult to explain how they feel inside.
Every 21 seconds, one person in the USA sustains a brain injury.
And each year over 2.5 million Americans visit the emergency room after suffering a traumatic brain injury, with an estimated 282,000 require hospitalization.
While every TBI is different, and everyone will experience their injury in a unique way, “The Invisible Rain Cloud” attempts to explain some of the common symptoms and feelings an individual may face in their life after brain injury.
The video was created by New York brain injury lawyers De Caro & Kaplen, LLP (https://brainlaw.com), who have been advocating on behalf of individuals suffering from a brain injury for over 30 years.
Find out more at https://brainlaw.com/invisible-rain-c…