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LCC Acquired Brain Injury Program

The Service

The Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Program is a unique interprofessional assessment and treatment program serving the diverse cognitive, communication, and psychosocial needs of adults with acquired brain injury and disease. Our clients typically have neurological disorders resulting from stroke, traumatic brain injury, and progressive neurological disease. They often present with problems such as aphasia, apraxia of speech, dysarthria, and cognitive communication deficits. The interprofessional team includes members of the divisions of psychology, speech-language pathology, and audiology.

The Loyola Clinical Centers: Giving Hope to Those with Acquired Brain Injury

What You Can Expect from Our Team

  • A team-based interprofessional approach to assessment and treatment
  • Individualized client centered care
  • Family/caregiver support
  • An affordable sliding-scale fee structure

The Assessment Process

Applying an interprofessional team based approach our clients receive the following assessment services:

  • Comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation
  • Comprehensive cognitive-communication evaluation
  • Complete speech and language assessment
  • Full audiological evaluation
  • Integrated feedback
  • Individualized recommendations

Neuro-Rehabilitation Services

Treatment Services incorporating state-of-the-art technology at the LCC include:

  • Individual speech and language services
  • Cognitive rehabilitation
  • Audiological follow-up services
  • Rehabilitation psychotherapy
  • Cognitive group therapy
  • Aphasia group therapy

Fee Comparison Chart

A sliding scale is available for fees associated with each of the following services.

Average Community Rate LCC Rate
ABI Speech-Language Evaluation $300
ABI Audiology Evaluation $300
ABI Neuropsychological Testing $1,000