By Jordyn Sims, M.S., CCC-SLP The lull in motivation to continue with therapy so often hits our clients. And how could it not – often therapy is a lifelong process…

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When the Rehabilitation Specialist Becomes the Patient “I’m getting better and that’s everything…”  – Kelly > DOWNLOAD YOUR OWN 30-DAY FREE TRIAL OF CONSTANT THERAPY TODAY (for android tablets and phones, iPads…

Read More Real People, Real Progress: Kelly’s Inspiring Story of Stroke Recovery

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Communication disorders can be extremely socially isolating, as our socialization across cultures revolves around language. When language is affected, whether from birth or later in life, social contact and relationships…

Read More 8 Things People with Communication Disorders Want You to Know

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It’s been a busy few weeks at Constant Therapy, as our staff attended and participated in 5 outstanding conferences in 4 different states! We met so many dedicated clinicians and courageous survivors –…

Read More Five Conferences in 15 Days | On the road to meet speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, caregivers and courageous brain injury survivors

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To make something a habit, you’ve got to work at it initially – but once you form a good habit, it’s easy to keep on repeating and benefiting from that…

Read More How to Make Your Constant Therapy Exercises a Regular Habit in 4 Steps

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As the New Year begins, people everywhere are setting goals. Without a direction, without a specific goal in mind, it’s very easy to get discouraged, and to feel adrift and…

Read More How to set effective goals that match your improvement or recovery needs!

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Constant Therapy Was Born Out of a Powerful Collaboration of Clinicians, Patients, and Software Masterminds First enter Dr. Swathi Kiran, a professor at Boston University’s world-renowned Aphasia Research Laboratory.  Dr.…

Read More A Story That’s Near and Dear to Our Hearts – Just How Did Constant Therapy Come to Be?

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