Welcome to The Aphasia Center! Here you will find information about our intensive aphasia treatment programs, education for families with aphasia and professionals, resources, and more.
If this is the first time you're hearing about intensive aphasia treatment, you may be wondering why it such a big deal. Intensive therapy means aphasia treatment delivered from 10-30 hours a week for a certain number of weeks.
An intensive aphasia treatment schedule provides more therapy hours in a concentrated, compressed way – over a shorter period of time. The concept is similar to a foreign language submersion program.
At The Aphasia Center, our private intensive aphasia treatment programs provide therapy, counseling, training, coaching, and lots of fun and love in a small, family-centered environment for 25 hours weekly. Choose an option below to get started.
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