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Recording from "It's Still Me!", a guide for people living with aphasia and their families.

Not an app, but useful info.Recording from "It's Still Me!", a guide for people living with aphasia and their families.

Sarah Scott!

Sarah Scott!

Primary progressive aphasia is one of several forms of brain disease lost in the medical shadow of a much better known relative, Alzheimer’s disease.

Rare Dementia, Primary Progressive Aphasia, Attacks Brain’s Language Center

Rare Dementia, Primary Progressive Aphasia, Attacks Brain’s Language Center - The New York Times

Broca's Area, Wernicke's Area and other Language Processing areas of the brain-explained easily

Broca's Area, Wernicke's Area and other Language Processing areas of the brain-explained easily; good for family members. The Brain From Top To Bottom.

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

Craig Price - YouTube

The proposal for a new tax…

lolz online - I Propose A Tax On All Individuals Who Destroy.

National Aphasia Assocation. Great resources with so many helpful pages. Probably the best is a search engine finding support groups nearest to you. Also there is a newsletter. Appeals to victims, caregivers, and professionals. Has facts of aphasia and so much more!

Need help finding therapy and have aphasia? Here is a great list of resources provided by National Aphasia Association to find therapy for a wide variety of treatment including Art, Speech, Physical.

People with aphasia are often most successful when a number of different strategies are combined. In this post, we discuss a number of strategies that we can use in our therapy and teach to communi…

Making It Work: 6 AAC Strategies for People with Aphasia -also helpful for clarification tool ideas for our less intelligible kiddos.

Category TherAppy - an SLP iPad app for adults with aphasia or children with autism

Category Therapy - an app for semantic organization for aphasia & autism. Sort words into categories & other speech-language therapy activities.

Connect champions peer-supported opportunities to rebuild lives

is a peer-supported opportunity for people living with Aphasia. They are based in South East London and doing great work around the UK.

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