There's a lot of talk about intensive therapy programs for stroke recovery. Learn what all the buzz is about, what to expect, and where you can go to participate in an ICAP if you or a loved one has aphasia. Guest writer Wendy Duke answers your questions.
Furry friends keep us company, but they can also be therapeutic. Find out how animals, especially dogs, can help stroke survivors with aphasia to improve language, mood, and overall well-being.
Guest blogger and speech-language pathologist Beth Dolar shares valuable information about a new way to use technology to get more therapy to improve communication after a stroke for people with aphasia. Find out more about what teletherapy is and how you can bring an SLP into your home.
Learn about the Cowboy Aphasia Camp in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Guest blogger Karen Copeland shares details on the fun activities, memorable experiences, & impressive outcomes of this unique day camp that partners stroke survivors with graduate students in a way that everyone wins - even the community!
Follow along with a home health speech-language pathologist as she goes through a typical day helping patients with swallowing and communication problems. Find out what SLPs do in this setting as part of Better Hearing and Speech Month.
Follow along with a veteran speech-language pathologist as she goes through a typical day in an acute care hospital, helping patients with swallowing and communication problems. Find out what SLPs do in this setting as part of Better Hearing and Speech Month.
How do you find the best dysphagia treatment options for your clients with swallowing disorders? It's not easy, but with these 4 steps from guest blogger and Dysphagia Therapy app author Tiffani Wallace, you can efficiently choose the most effective plan.
There's something special that happens when you find that optimal balance between challenge and skill - an experience called flow. Learn how you can adjust the variables to experience flow at work and help your speech therapy clients to find it as well.
Stroke and brain injury survivors with communication and physical challenges are often well-protected from risk by loving family members or caregivers. While risk may sound like a bad thing, there's something very important about it to the human experience. Guest blogger Tricia Rachfall offers insights about the dignity of risk in the lives of those with disabilities.
Guest blogger and SLP Janice Dittleman offers insights and start-up advice for a unique modern pen-pal program at the Adler Aphasia Center called ePals that connects people with aphasia to students while learning to use technology.