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The Intensive Cognitive-Communication Rehabilitation Program for Young Adults With Acquired Brain Injury.

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Summary of "The Intensive Cognitive-Communication Rehabilitation Program for Young Adults With Acquired Brain Injury."

This study investigated the effects of an intensive cognitive-communication rehabilitation (ICCR) program for young individuals with chronic acquired brain injury.

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Name: American journal of speech-language pathology
ISSN: 1558-9110
Pages: 1-18

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