There is no question that caregiving for someone with Aphasia can be extremely difficult. Aphasia is a disorder in which a person who previously had no difficulties speaking or understanding the written word has a brain injury or disease that causes them to lose this ability. June is Aphasia Awareness Month and our focus is
It’s not easy caregiving for someone with a brain injury as they try to recover. Recovery can often be long and tedious. Brain Injuries There are 2 basic categories of brain injuries: Traumatic Brain Injury (TMI) – As the name implies a trauma occurs to the head and causes an injury of the brain itself.