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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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