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  • Has loved one recently had a stroke or brain injury that has impacted their ability to communicate?

  • Are you or a loved one having difficulty reading, writing, or understanding others after a stroke?

  • Are you frustrated by feeling misunderstood because of your communication impairment?


What therapy might look like?

  • Assessing listening, speaking, reading, and writing communication needs

  • Using the Life Participation Approach to Aphasia and a functional needs checklist to create a personalized plan of care

  • Determining eligibility for a high tech communication device or printed communication supports 

  • Working as a team to set goals to increase confidence and quality of life

  • Collaborating with family and friends to teach and implement communication strategies

  • Practicing functional communication opportunities (like ordering coffee or making an appointment) to increase confidence in day-to-day interactions


If you are a caregiver of a loved one with dementia and are looking for support and services, check out our Caregiver Support page. 

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