June is aphasia awareness month, so we're busting 10 common myths about aphasia. Learn the truth about what aphasia is and isn't. And please share so we can all learn more about this all-too-common communication problem that affects more than just language.
Combining four complete apps with 14 evidence-based activities, Advanced Language Therapy 4-in-1 is a powerful new app that will help take your speech therapy to the next level. Work on sentences, paragraphs, and complex ideas in speaking, understanding, reading, and writing in this professional stroke recovery app for aphasia.
Guest blogger and speech-language pathologist Beth Dolar shares tips for how SLPs can use what they know about dementia and stroke to better treat primary progressive aphasia (PPA) in a patient-centric way.
A step-by-step guide to doing Multiple Oral Re-Reading (MOR), an evidence-based speech therapy technique to improve reading fluency in people with aphasia and alexia. Learn how to use an app for independent practice at home for the repetition required to see progress.
We know that meditation can calm you down and reduce stress; but what about using meditation for aphasia to help with language, cognition, and mental health? Find out how people with aphasia may benefit from mindfulness and meditation.
Advanced Reading Therapy: Step Up to the Next Level in Reading Comprehension with this New App for Adults
Learn about our latest Advanced app for aphasia and brain injury: Advanced Reading Therapy. Discover how technology can help improve reading comprehension with exciting passages and challenging questions perfect for adult speech therapy. Try the Lite version for free!
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.
Sit down for a chat with Aphasia House founder Janet Whiteside to learn about this innovative speech therapy clinic at UCF. The home-like setting encourages natural conversations and friendships in an intensive therapy program.