When most people think of aphasia, they think of a type of non-fluent aphasia called Broca's aphasia. Learn what Broca's aphasia is, see a video of what it sounds like, and find out how to help a person with the frustrating condition of expressive aphasia.
Global aphasia is the most severe and devastating type of aphasia after stroke. Learn what it is and how you can better communicate with a person who has global aphasia.
Speech therapy helps people with aphasia improve in the clinic, but what happens when they step out into the real world? Group therapy can bridge the gap between individual sessions and everyday communication, building confidence along the way. Find out more about the benefits of aphasia group therapy and how apps can be used within this effective and fun therapy model.
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.