On neurologic disorders

PresenceLearning Names the Winners of its Third Annual Awards of Excellence

Six education organizations recognized for outstanding leadership and student progress in special education SAN FRANCISCO, December 8, 2016 – PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live, online special education related services, is pleased to announce the six winners of its 3rd annual Awards of Excellence, recognizing leadership, teamwork, and outstanding student progress. The winners of the

The Effect of Videoconference-Based Telerehabilitation on Story Retelling Performance by Brain-Injured Subjects and its Implications for Remote Speech-Language Therapy

A Study Published in Telemedicine Journal and e-Health David M. Brennan, Amy C. Georgeadis, Christine R. Baron, and Linsey A. Baker November 2 2004

Telerehabilitation Consultations for Clients with Neurologic Diagnoses: Cases from Rural Minnesota and American Samoa

A Study Published in NeuroRehabilitation L. Savard, A. Borstad, K. Tkachuck, D. Lauderdale, B. Conroy 2003