December 2019

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My child suffered a diastatic skull fracture in a car crash. What should I do?

As a child grows, the bones in his skull fuse together. The lines where the bones fuse are known as suture lines. An impact to the skull in a car crash can cause those suture lines to widen and fracture. Since the suture lines are not…

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Delayed Medical Treatment Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Your loved one went to the emergency room and asked for medical help. Unfortunately, the medical attention she needed wasn’t quick enough. The delay was not just inconvenient and frustrating, and it did more than cause your loved one unnecessary pain. This time, the delay…

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Traumatic Brain Injury Can Cause You to Lose Your Sense of Smell

A brain injury can impact your life in ways you never expected. For some people, a brain injury can cause a loss of smell, known as anosmia. Out of the many medical and emotional issues you have to deal with following a traumatic brain injury,…

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Depressed Skull Fracture Injury Recoveries

The doctor has delivered the news. You or your loved one not only has a traumatic brain injury, but also a depressed skull fracture. In other words, part of the skull bone has entered the brain cavity. Risks of Depressed Skull Fractures If the skull…

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How can I find a speech and language professional for my child with cerebral palsy in Kentucky?

Networking is often the best way to start your search for a professional to provide your child with speech and language therapy. You can ask your child’s pediatrician, physical therapist, or other service providers. Additionally, you can ask your relatives, friends, or parents of other…

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How Speech and Language Services Help Children With Cerebral Palsy

As a parent of a child with cerebral palsy, you need to consider many different types of rehabilitation therapies for your child. One of the therapies that may be suggested to you by your child’s doctor, a friend, or your own research is speech and…

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