Acquired Brain Injuries in Children
Our team at Anderson Therapy Services works with leading healthcare providers to ensure clients reach their full potential. Our team then develops a customized treatment plan, and provides high quality, empathetic, and creative therapy. If you have any questions concerning our services or programs, please feel free to contact us and speak with one of our team members.
Acquired brain injuries result from damage to the brain (e.g. motor vehicle accident, birth trauma etc.). Such damage can result in temporary, prolonged or permanent impairments in cognitive, emotional, behavioural, or physical functioning.
Symptoms of an acquired brain injury may vary depending on the individual, as well as the severity and area of the damage. As a result of such an injury, children may experience difficulties with:
- Receptive Language
- Expressive Language
- Fluency (Stuttering)
- Word Finding
- Motor Speech (e.g. dysarthria, apraxia)
- Processing Information
- Verbal Reasoning
- Problem Solving
- Social Communication
Anderson Therapy Services works with healthcare providers, educators, insurance companies, case managers as well as lawyers to ensure comprehensive client care. Our services cater to the needs of the child and their family. As a result, therapy sessions range in length, frequency, and duration. Sessions are tailored to your child’s age and interests and will also include a strong parental training component. We pride ourselves on providing engaging services that best meet the needs of the child.
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We provide therapy services at our Dundas and Burlington locations to children, adults and seniors across the Greater Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga, and communities in Northern Ontario and Quebec.