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Speak for Yourself is a Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) application. Begin with a few key words, then open vocabulary over time! Speak for Yourself AAC Language App, Changing the world, one voice at a time. Speak for Yourself AAC Language App is an application designed by two ASHA certified speech-language pathologists (SLPs) who work […]

This article is from a great resource “Talking Mats”: How can you help someone express how they feel about their communication using the health and well-being resource? n the Health and Well-being resource, we have provided four sets of symbols to help people consider how they feel about their communication. Because communication is complex and […]

Caregiver vs Recovery Coach By David Wasielewski Two Roles When a loved one experiences a stroke, someone in that person’s social circle, (family member or friend) will often assume the role of caregiver, the individual who takes responsibility for ensuring that the survivor receives proper care. This often means that he caregiver monitors the myriad […]

A complete guide from Online Collage Database to distance learning for students with disabilities. Learn how to work with disability services, employ assistive technology, evaluate online programs, and succeed in the virtual classroom. Some of the important topics covered in the guide include: Resources online learning for students and families with disabilities, best practices for […]

Music and Stroke Therapy: 4 Questions – An article posted to Stroke Smart by Lucy Lazarony on Mar 13 2014 How does music therapy help stroke survivors with aphasia? How does music therapy help stroke survivors with their physical therapy? How often should a stroke survivor meet with a music therapist? How to find a […]

How to Resume Daily Living After Stroke – Article for StrokeSmart Posted by Teresa Bitler Mar 18 2014. While resuming daily life, such as buying groceries and attending social functions may seem impossible, getting back out after a stroke is an essential part of the recovery process. Outings provide an opportunity to work on practical […]

We all played games as kids whether they were organized sports, family board games or imaginary characters. All of our games were intrinsic in the development of language, executive function and problem solving. We were only limited by how far we could go in a neighborhood or resources. This is the environment in which our […]

Lingraphica’s MiniTalk – It’s SO Small; It Fits In Your Clients’ Pocket! Packed with 4,400 icons and 7,500-plus words, our MiniTalk speech-generating device has the same functionality as a larger speech-generating device, but only weighs one pound! The MiniTalk is the perfect size for your clients who want something discreet and mobile. To Learn more, […]

Utah State University Speech Language Department has recently started an Aphasia Support Group. The Aphasia Support Group will meet every Friday afternoon at Utah State University Speech Language-Hearing Center: 1000 Old Main Hill Lillywhite Building Logan, UT 84322-1000 Contact: Debbie Amundson: (435) 797-1375 Email: debbie.amundson@usu.edu

Try these Online Speaking Exercises, Anytime, Anywhere Your clients want to re-establish independent communication. We have FREE exercises to help them. With our new TalkPath Online Speech Therapy, you and your clients can work together on more than 1,250 speaking exercises. Your clients can work on their speech with activities like: Functional Word Repetition Functional […]