Dinithi O’Gorman

Priory Group

Dinithi O’Gorman is a (Newly Qualified) Speech and Language Therapist presently working in a neuro-rehabilitation setting which is her first post since qualification in early 2019 from De Montfort University. Dinithi has an interest in social communication stemming from her background in social anthropology, especially around healthcare interactions between patients with communication difficulties and healthcare professionals.

Dinithi hails from Markham, Ontario in Canada and has lived in the United Kingdom in 2012. Prior to pursuing Speech and Language Therapy, Dinithi acquired a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Toronto (2009) and a Master of Arts in Social Anthropology from the University of Kent (2011).

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Benefits of Speech and Language Therapy in Neuro Rehabilitation

To discuss the benefits of Speech and Language Therapy with persons who have acquired or congenital brain injury. This seminar will also cover types of interventions that healthcare professionals can use to support and maximise the communicative potential of patients.

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