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Cognitive Changes After Brain Injury w/ Juliane TImmreck

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Amy Zellmer

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I am a graduate of Michigan State University and I have been a practicing speech-language pathologist since 2014.  I have worked in skilled nursing facilities and in hospitals in acute care and inpatient rehabilitation.  My true passion is in working with individuals with brain injury, and I am grateful to work at Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center.  I am a co-instructor of several of Origami’s group therapies, which include Brain Injury Education Group, Memory Group, and Social Communication Group. I received my Vital Stim swallowing therapy certification in 2017. I enjoy my job because it allows me to help individuals improve their lives following brain injury.  

Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center is a non-profit organization located in Lansing, Michigan. Origami provides comprehensive rehabilitation care for survivors of brain injuries and their families. Through their compassionate and innovative service, Origami creates opportunities and transforms lives.