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#‎DidYouKnow‬?: Up to 40% of people diagnosed with ‪#‎aphasia‬ will recovery…

What is Aphasia? Aphasia is a language disorder that affects the ability to communicate. It's most often caused by injury to parts of the brain that control speech and language resulting from a stroke or Traumatic Brain Injury.

Dysphagia resource - thin vs. thick liquids. Finally, a document I feel comfortable handing to families.

Another pinner said: Dysphagia resource - thin vs. Finally, a document I feel comfortable handing to families.

Apps for activities of daily living. Money management, task lists and more. …

Apps for activities of daily living for adolescents and adults - money management, task lists and more.

My Plate Worksheet. Great way to interact and teach kids what the different 5 food groups are!

MyPlate Kids Color Handout Tearpad

My Plate Kids Handouts in Tearpad Use the My Plate for Kids Color Handout Tearpad for any occasion -- it's a great accompaniment to food posters for children. Each tearpad contains 75 sheets and featu

Understanding Aphasia (Infograph)

We hope that this educational infographic helps drive positive outcomes for all people living with Aphasia, and those who support them through advocacy, treatment and education.

I’m on a mission to create some hands-on tasks by replicating activities from workbooks.  The WALC 4 has various menu worksheets but they hardly look realistic to patients. A few weeks ago I …

I’m on a mission to create some hands-on tasks by replicating activities from workbooks. The WALC 4 has various menu worksheets but they hardly look realistic to patients. A few weeks ago I …

Treatment Strategies for Stroke.  Free Aphasia Symptom Chart! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

Aphasia Symptom Chart, Speech & Language Adult Evaluation, Melodic Intonation Therapy, Semantic Feature Analysis, and Wh-Question Cues

Great chart for visual attention. Student has to find A, 1, B, 2, C, 3 and so on to Z, 26. Was really hard for some students. Add balance board and peripheral taps to make it more difficult. See this blog post to learn how to do peripheral taps. http://nashvillevisiontherapy.blogspot.com/2013/07/work-that-peripheral-vision.html

visual attention/perception: find A, B, C, 3 and so on to Z, Add balance board and peripheral taps to make it more difficult.

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