Aphasia Friendly Canada

Check out this wonderful project from the University of Windsor’s¬†Cognitive Neuroscience Lab! Aphasia Friendly Canada’s offers: support and training to businesses to help them become more aphasia friendly support groups and resource listings for individuals living with aphasia support and education for family and caregivers https://aphasiafriendlycanada.ca

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Aphasia on the TODAY Show

Lauren Marks, author of the book A Stitch of Time, talked about her experience living with aphasia in a recent interview on the TODAY show. Learn more about her story by watching the  attached video clip. Aphasia on the TODAY Show

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Aphasia Access – 5 Core Values Video Submissions

Aphasia Access is inviting individuals to submit videos to complete their video series illustrating the 5 Core Values of the Life Participation Approach to Aphasia. For details on this project and how to submit your video, check out the following link. https://www.aphasiaaccess.org/valuesparttwo

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Global, Broca’s & Fluent Aphasia Explained

In this informative series of articles,Tactus Therapy explains the key differences between global, Broca’s and fluent aphasia and provides strategies to support more effective communication with a person who has one of these types of aphasia. https://tactustherapy.com/category/aphasia-apraxia/

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Faces of Stroke

Our very own Jim & Marg Steel featured in Heart & Stroke’s 2017 report: Different Strokes: Recovery, Triumphs and Challenges at any Age. Faces of Stroke

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