In today’s world of advanced technology and weaponry, many of our heroes in the armed forces are returning home in need of brain injury rehabilitation. In this week’s blog, we…

Read More Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation (TBI) and Veterans: What is this “invisible wound of war”, how does it affect our returning wounded warriors, and what can we do about it?

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Sometimes therapy can seem repetitive, boring, and not applicable to every-day, functional life skills. But many therapies for Aphasia, TBI, Dementia, and Learning Disorders have a direct correlation with everyday skills…

Read More Making Aphasia Therapy and TBI Therapy Functional: A run down of how therapy for Aphasia, TBI, Dementia & Learning Disorders can change your brain AND your every-day life

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Many people experience extreme loneliness, and feelings of isolation after Aphasia. When language and communication are impacted, involvement with family, friends, and the community can be extremely difficult.  This week,…

Read More Top 5 Tips to Avoid Loneliness during Aphasia Recovery after Stroke

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In our last post during Aphasia Awareness Month, we wanted to emphasize the importance of patient empowerment, and speak to the amazing results we’ve seen when patients are involved and…

Read More Using Aphasia Therapy to Empower: Taking back control for persons with aphasia

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This week, in keeping with our focus on Aphasia for Aphasia Awareness Month, we explain how and why categorizing and feature analysis tools are so effective for persons with Aphasia!…

Read More Stroke Rehabilitation and Retraining Word Finding Skills: Which Exercises Work Best?

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This week’s blog will give you an overview of aphasia and stroke recovery, which is often misunderstood.  Spread the word, raise awareness, and join us in providing support for persons…

Read More Stroke Recovery: An Overview of Aphasia… Loss of Language, Not Intellect

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