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Jayar La Fontaine
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2021-04-26 00:03:56

Hi there, my name is Jayar and I’m a Community Facilitator at Community Head Injury Resource Services (CHIRS) in North York, Ontario. I am curious about how many individuals with aphasia own iPhones or other application-driven phones, and whether you find them useful in overcoming some of the difficulties of aphasia.

Thanks!

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2022-01-01 00:00:00

My husband just uses a regular cell phone, because he can say enough words to get his messages across to whoever he his calling—mainly me and his sons and friends. I do the calling for makiing appointments, etc.

Judi

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carol dow-richards
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2021-04-26 00:03:56

There is a FREE download on aphasia for the iphone. My son has it on his phone. He showed it to an ER nurse-now she put it on hers to help people in the hospital too. It has visuals that say things with drawings like, I have aphasia. Please repeat that. Yes. No. Etc.

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Timothy Jones
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2021-04-26 00:03:56

My name is Tim I have a iphone also. It truly has its advantages. And also its disadvantages. I currently use a program called Dragon to help me type on the computer. I truly wish iphone would also make Dragon available on the iPhone.

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