Browsing Posts in Resources

This week, Lingraphica introduced their first all-Spanish application and their first Android application. Information for both free apps are listed below. · Lingraphica’s SmallTalk Frases de Conversacion: The app contains Spanish words and phrases commonly used in conversations, such as greetings, responses, requests, and statements about well being. This is Lingraphica very first Spanish offering. […]

Over 3.2 million adults living in nursing homes and other long term care facilities in the U.S. As many as 40 percent of all adults will enter a nursing home at some point during their lives and as the U.S. population ages, the number of nursing home residents is expected to grow. Many of these […]

Rodney Barnes did not let a traumatic brain injury stop him from living his life the way it was meant to be lived. Read More of this story of survival and the miracle of recovery.

The road back to employment after a stroke can be daunting and full of challenges for stroke survivors. You may be asking yourself: Am I capable of working? Can I do what I did before my stroke? Can I tolerate full-time employment? What happens to my disability status if I return to work? To help […]

When we were kids, we were assigned activities or projects that we wanted to be the best of the best. And so, we would go head over heels to undertake this momentous challenge by repeating and studying it over, and over, and over, and over, and over until it was just right, just perfect, just […]

Stroke recovery doesn’t need to be a solo effort. From balancing a bank account and programming television remotes to driving stroke survivors to physical therapy appointments and helping them bathe, family members and close friends can make a significant impact on the recovery and everyday life of a survivor no matter how modest the task […]

In our ever-changing communication matchups, we need to be different in our situations or stories to be adaptable, otherwise… Top 10 Reasons to Change Your Perspective About… Rejoice (a continuation of my feature, Positively Persistent… What a Concept!) 10. Not a pity party; volunteering, civic organizations, hobbies 9. Technology 8. Be adaptable 7. Be animated […]

Many patients who see a psychotherapist or counsellor think of her/him as a Mrs., or Mr. Fix-it. Some of those patients/clients are there as part of their rehabilitation. They may have brain damage due to a stroke or accident, other mental problems, or one of the numerous obstacles one encounters while making the transition from […]

Have a client rolling off your caseload? We can help! Meet TalkPath Live, our new research-backed online teletherapy service accessible anytime, anywhere. Designed to help individuals who’ve reached a therapy cap or run out of insurance benefits, TalkPath Live is here to continue your clients’ speech improvement. Call our team at 888-274-2742 to learn more […]

Absolutely marvelous at how connections using social media and blogging are so apparent in the 21st-century. To whit, several days ago, when I was publishing one of my posts, I got a connection of a gentleman, Kevin Dinstell from Health Stories Project, who was very complementary on my approach on my blog. He was especially […]