How Do I Treat Speech Difficulties After Traumatic Briain Injury? Answers Here

Traumatic Brain Injury

The brain is arguably the most important organ in the human body given the fact that it controls just about every biological process in the body. To this end, any blow or injury to the head can be catastrophic and cause global symptoms, some of which may impede someone’s ability to express themselves. The brain has a specific language center that allows you to read, understand and communicate words with other individuals in keeping with the topic at hand and context. Speech problems after traumatic brain injury are surprisingly common, and the individual must be provided with as much patience as possible so they can make a full recovery in their own time. If you were the victim of an auto or sports accident which made you develop a traumatic brain injury, you may be entitled to compensation by way of money damages, and we’re here to help with that.

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Here are some of the speech difficulties a TBI Survivor may face:

  1. They may have a hard time pronouncing words and instead slur them out
  2. They may have a difficult time reading complete sentences
  3. They may take longer than the average individual to understand what you said
  4. They may stutter and take longer than usual expressing themselves
  5. They may constantly interrupt you because they lack an understanding of communication cues
  6. They may either speak too softly or too loudly

Individuals with speech issues after a TBI may be treated in the following manner:

  • They may have a speech therapist come visit them and help them with speech exercises
  • They may need to be admitted at a rehabilitation facility in order to fully heal from the TBI
  • They may require more and more social contact in order to help them regain speech skills

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It is important to understand that speech problems after TBI don’t just go away on their own. Due to the plastic or malleable nature of the brain, one is able to relearn skills that they may have lost after their accident and consequent injury. If you were injured due to the careless of someone else, please call us NOW at (773) 823-0298 and we’ll help you file a legal claim for your traumatic brain injury and compensation. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.