Kristine decided to not focus on “fixing” her aphasiaInstead of focusing on the “fix” for her aphasia, she focused on the smaller goals. She gained faster word retrieval, written communication, and most importantly, confidence.
Traumatic Brain Injury Leaves Professional Athlete with Aphasia!Hailing from France, professional equestrian rider and trainer was left with aphasia after a traumatic brain injury on the job. Her mother Cecile talks about leaving life in France to help her daughter regain her independence.
Greta’s Response to Intensive Aphasia Therapy SkepticsHow would you respond to skeptics? Greta simply replied, “They just see potential and hope in every situation!”
Bi-lingual Intensive Aphasia Therapy ClientAfter speech therapy is Colombia and Argentina, Ana is glad Carolina made the choice to come for intensive aphasia therapy in English, improving her bilingual skills!
“Intensive Aphasia Therapy has given us back our conversation”Regina describes some of the deficits John had, and how Intensive Aphasia Therapy has increased John’s motivation to learn, and given them to tools they need to have real conversation.
Post Aphasia Therapy: Patricia “Now we can care more for each other!”Paul and Patricia have been married for 30 years and have 4 wonderful kids. Waking up out of “La-La Land” , Patricia realizes she needs to rest when they rest, exercise when they exercise!
Todd: Watching His Son’s Continued IndependenceTodd shares how even just after the first week of intensive aphasia therapy, he sees how his son Cody will defy the doctor’s notion of a “plateau”. Cody was hit by a car and sustained a serious brain injury with aphasia but has fought his way back!
A Caregiver’s Take on Watching Aphasia ProgressAdbul has a unique perspective on being a close friend-caregiver for someone with Broca’s aphasia. He shares some of the victories of his friend who attended an 8-week Intensive Aphasia Therapy session.
“If you don’t try it, you’ll never know!”Tammy’s husband, a retired Marine was left with global aphasia. When an answer from the receptionist finally helped her make her final decision, Tammy and her husband learned more ways to communicate other than verbal.
Jen’s Eye Opening ExperienceJen came into this program with certain expectations. What she left with was a deeper understanding of aphasia and a plan to move forward.
Nairda and Aldo: He learns to speak Spanish and English againTraveling all the way from Puerto Rico, Nairda shares her experience with Aldo at The Aphasia Center.
Sarah: Anomic AphasiaSarah Scott has become a well-known young person with aphasia on Youtube. Thousands have watched her progress in the past five years. In this clip, her parents relate their experience coming to the intensive aphasia program from the UK. Watch her videos here.
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