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Speech can be impacted by a brain injury: Here's how

After a brain injury, one of the hardest things for some patients to deal with is the impact on cognition and communication. It is possible to lose your speech or to see your speech altered as a result of a brain injury. Despite that, you deserve to be heard. Your speech may come back with time, but in the meantime, you still deserve an opportunity to make your wishes known in any way possible.

Here is how a brain injury could affect you

When a person suffers from a traumatic brain injury, it means that the brain has been damaged by a jolt, bump or blow to the head. Not every kind of impact is going to result in a TBI, but some will. Of those, they are diagnosed as mild, moderate or severe (acute).

Pedestrians face a struggle after a car crash

Pedestrians of all kinds can be in danger when they're around the roads. Even if you're using a sidewalk, there is always going to be the risk of a driver hitting you. It could be someone who hits you because of losing control or a driver who moves from park into drive instead of reverse, but the results are the same. You'll end up with injuries, and you could spend days, weeks or even months in a hospital.

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