We live in a world in which technology is ingrained in everything you do. For instance, your phone serves as your alarm clock, music library, an actual library (for books of course), and provides access to countless numbers of videos, apps, and other means of connectivity to others. Your phone can be connected to your tablet and laptop so that you never miss an opportunity to save, edit, or share information.
Given all the things that technology can do, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that there are also ways to utilize this knowledge to support abilities that you may find challenging. Attention, comprehension, organization, and time management are skills we use everyday, but at times not to their greatest extent. If you are looking for ways to enhance these particular abilities, consider downloading an app extension which can increase your access to content and overall productivity. Below are a few recommendations:
These extensions are great starting points. However, if you are searching for ways to make long-term changes or improvements, consider our telepractice services offered through Cognition, Speech & Language. People tend to think that speech therapy is limited to targeting production of speech sounds. Not true! Speech-language pathologists are trained to work on a variety of skills, including: comprehension, verbal communication, problem solving, reasoning, organization, memory, attention, social interaction, and many other areas. Contact us to determine if you could benefit from skilled treatment.
Devon Brunson, MS, CCC-SLP, CBIS
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