We are always excited to see new research added to the field that further validates the effectiveness of Constant Therapy. Thank you to the many scientists working hard to bring…

Read More New Published Scientific Research Supports Effectiveness of Constant Therapy Tasks

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Published originally in the International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation by Swathi Kiran* Aphasia Research Laboratory, Boston University, Sargent College, 635 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215, USA *Corresponding author:…

Read More Research | Detecting Small and Large Fluctuations in Language and Cognitive Performance: A Longitudinal Rehabilitation Case Study

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Download KNOW YOUR BRAIN infographic We’re often asked about the connection between Constant Therapy’s tasks and an individual’s specific brain injury. The brain is a complex organ that scientists are…

Read More INFOGRAPHIC | What Happens When the Different Parts of Your Brain are Affected by Brain Injury or Stroke?

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Looking For Information About Aphasia Treatment, Recovery, and Therapy? We evaluated online resources for people with aphasia and their caregivers, and think we’ve come up with the some of the most…

Read More Info-Packed List of Aphasia Resources – Where to Find Helpful Information About Aphasia Treatment, Therapy & Research

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A recent study was published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience proving just how effective Constant Therapy is for patients  following stroke and traumatic brain injury, particularly when they do homework. Check…

Read More New Research Shows Constant Therapy Homework Improves Patient Outcomes: The Latest Evidence for Constant Therapy:

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Communication disorders (caused by stroke or brain injury, for example) can affect so many aspects of daily life – things like attention, planning, perception, memory, organizing, and more. Often we…

Read More Cognitive Difficulties Caused by Communication Disorders… How They Impact Everyday Life and What YOU Can Do Today to Improve

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Welcome back to our Evidence Series, a set of blog posts that will come out every other week that explain the research behind our tasks! Today we’ll talk about Instruction…

Read More Evidence Series Part 8: Instruction Sequencing – Putting steps in order to recover your neurologic hierarchy through neuroplasticity!

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None of us as clinicians have much extra time on our hands. Whether we’re writing up evals, typing progress notes, begging insurance to cover our services, handling complex caseloads, or…

Read More Top 4 Ways Constant Therapy Saves Clinicians Time: Giving you time BACK in your busy day!

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Welcome back to our Evidence Series, a set of blog posts that will come out every other week that explain the research behind our tasks!  Today we’ll talk about Letter…

Read More Evidence Series Part 7: Letter to Sound Matching – Work on your naming and reading aloud skills all in one task!

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