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Top 5 Questions We Answered in 2016

This year seems to have raised more questions than it answered. At Tactus Therapy, we’ve done our best to break that trend and answer your questions about speech therapy for adults. See the top 5 topics we tackled in 2016 and catch up on what you may have missed.

By |December 27th, 2016|News & Reviews|Comments Off on Top 5 Questions We Answered in 2016

Advanced Comprehension Therapy – Understanding at a Whole New Level

Understanding language involves meaning, grammar, and context. Many people with language problems rely too heavily on context, getting by only until the message gets complicated. See how a new app can help you work on understanding sentences and following directions. Try Advanced Comprehension Therapy for free!

By |December 1st, 2016|Aphasia and Apraxia, News & Reviews|2 Comments

5 Things You Won’t Find in Tactus Therapy Apps

With all the amazing features you love in your Tactus Therapy apps, what could possibly be missing? Find out what we've intentionally left out to bring you a smoother speech therapy experience that works for more people in more places.

By |November 2nd, 2016|News & Reviews, Tactus App Resources|Comments Off on 5 Things You Won’t Find in Tactus Therapy Apps
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The Truth about the Plateau in Stroke Recovery

Does stroke recovery stop after 3-6 months or does it go on forever? Find out what medical professionals mean when they say stroke survivors have hit a plateau, then try these 9 things to get your recovery going again. Features an aphasia-friendly version to download & share.

By |October 26th, 2016|Aphasia and Apraxia, Downloads, Stroke|3 Comments

It’s a Goal! Setting Patient-Centered Speech Therapy Goals for Aphasia Rehabilitation

Learn how to set client-centered SMART goals for stroke survivors with aphasia. Taking the time for collaborative goal-setting can lead to better outcomes and more focused speech therapy the patient is eager to participate in.

By |October 12th, 2016|Aphasia and Apraxia, Speech-Language Professional Resource Center|Comments Off on It’s a Goal! Setting Patient-Centered Speech Therapy Goals for Aphasia Rehabilitation

How To: Word-Finding Strategies for Aphasia

When words fail, there are things you can try to help. These 10 word-finding strategies for aphasia can be learned and practiced in speech therapy and at home. Free handout to download and share, along with apps that can help make it easier.

By |September 28th, 2016|Aphasia and Apraxia, Downloads, How To Guides|Comments Off on How To: Word-Finding Strategies for Aphasia

Take a Fresh Look at Speech FlipBook

Treat yourself to a new therapy tool for back-to-school season. See the exciting updates to this flexible app! Then learn how to use it to work on apraxia, articulation, dysarthria, phonological awareness, and more by downloading the free user guide. See how one simple app can do so much.

By |September 7th, 2016|Downloads, News & Reviews, Tactus App Resources|Comments Off on Take a Fresh Look at Speech FlipBook

How To: Phonological Components Analysis (PCA) Treatment for Aphasia

A step-by-step guide to doing Phonological Components Analysis, an evidence-based aphasia therapy protocol to improve anomia after stroke or brain injury. Learn how PCA works, how to do it, and how an app can help promote independence and intensive practice. Includes a free download!

By |August 31st, 2016|Aphasia and Apraxia, How To Guides|Comments Off on How To: Phonological Components Analysis (PCA) Treatment for Aphasia

Changing Course – Transitioning from School to Medical Speech Therapy

Do the words "Back to School" send shivers down your spine? Do you wonder if the grass is greener working at the local hospital? Ginger Anderson offers honest reflections and practical tips for transitioning from school-based to medical speech-language pathology.

Telepractice Brings Aphasia Therapy to Your Home

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.

By |August 17th, 2016|Aphasia and Apraxia|1 Comment