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Lauren Schwabish


Lauren Schwabish is the owner of Neuro Speech Services, a private practice based in Northern Virginia specializing in person-centered assessment and treatment of cognitive-communicative disorders related to stroke, brain injury, mild cognitive impairment, ADHD, and other neurologic and neurodegenerative conditions. Lauren received her Bachelor of Science degree with honors in communicative disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and holds a master's degree in communication sciences from Hunter College of the City University of New York. She is licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is a certified member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She has more than 23 years of experience working in hospitals and acute rehabilitation centers and is passionate about providing meaningful and accessible health education about the brain to patients, families, and healthcare professionals. Lauren is committed to empowering communities with evidence-based information and best practices in brain health behaviors.

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Creative Approaches to Delivering Skilled, Person-Centered Rehabilitation (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Lauren Schwabish, MS, CCC-SLP

Creative Approaches to Delivering Skilled, Person-Centered Rehabilitation (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 91 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 22 Minutes

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Taking a functional approach to neurorehabilitation therapy can be both appealing and a mystery to any clinician. As emerging trends in rehabilitation move away from the traditional medical model of out-of-context, impairment-based activities using generic therapy tasks, it can appear as if person-centered care simply requires providers to arrive at a session with no plan. In reality, there are specialized and effective skills necessary to making the therapeutic moment a success.

This webinar provides a guide on how to make the most of interactions between provider and client, rooted in skilled communication techniques that promote partnership, collaboration, and empowerment. We will define the "soft skills" critical to a provider's successful navigation of clinical interactions, including the roles of observation and perception, active listening, collaborative goal setting, and innovative creativity, to develop enriched opportunities for person-centered rehabilitative care. A variety of real-life clinical examples will help therapists learn to integrate evidence-based strategies into meaningful experiences in any rehabilitation setting.

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Webinars with Lauren Schwabish

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May 21, 2024

A Practical Guide to Effective Family Training for Rehabilitation Professionals

Presented by Lauren Schwabish

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Sep 26, 2023

Creative Approaches to Delivering Skilled, Person-Centered Rehabilitation

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