Graphic Cuing Strategies to Facilitate Memory in the Workplace for Individuals with Cognitive Challenges and Autism Spectrum Disorders . BJ Gallagher PhD, CCC-SLP Speech/Language Pathologist Assistive Technology Specialist Friday, November 5, 2009 10:45 to 12:00 pm. Objectives:.
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BJ Gallagher PhD, CCC-SLP
Assistive Technology Specialist
Friday, November 5, 2009
10:45 to 12:00 pm
Biographic - “I was born on December 1, 19 in Baltimore Maryland.”
Family - My husband Brent and I have one son Brendan who lives in Littlestown, Pennsylvania.”
Daily Life – “I wake up at 7 am daily. I get dressed before I have my tea. I go shopping on Mondays with Mary. John comes on Wednesday and brings his dog, Buff.”
People I have worked with
People who work here
All examples taken from:
Bourgeois, M.S. (2007) Memory books and other graphic cuing systems: Practical communication and memory aids for adults with dementia. Baltimore: Health Professions Press.
Your facial expression, your body language, the tone of your voice become extra important when talking and communicating to someone with neurological problems.
Full spectrum lighting
My contact information:
Dr BJ Gallagher
20294 Garrett Highway Suite 1
Oakland, MD 21550