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Lorraine McCarthy 53m
An empowering message of motivation sitting in front of a client on my arrival to provide speech therapy via ESD. Despite severe aphasia he generated this message independently - a magic moment representing the gains he has made and his motivation to continue!
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Hafsa Baig Oct 22
I had to opportunity to use Treatment of Underlying Forms (TUF) therapy for the first time ever in this placement block! This handout by Thompson and Shapiro (2007) made it so much easier
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Samaneh Nemati 10h
Looking forward to presenting my first poster in a language conference tomorrow. Session H, poster #36. Come hear about biomarkers of picture naming in chronic aphasia based on rfMRI data and a dual regression approach.
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Dr. Ciara Shiggins 14h
Well done on getting the Conversation Partner Scheme and the CP training for healthcare professionals online ! News has already spread from the trainers with to Aus that it was great 😁
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Aphasia Hope Oct 22
Tips from people with
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ASPIRE communication groups Oct 22
Loved celebrating our 3rd Birthday🥳today with Group Friends! Cake&candles, 🎤singing in unison 🤔🤣eating cake 😋, sharing news and most of all celebrating our Friendship. Group solidarity for ‘continuing’ support in galvanised us to form&so proud of you all 😘
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Carly Davey Oct 22
Looking forward to mum and I taking part in the user experience panel for to help raise awareness about the use of technology in 2020 for people with 💜😊
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AphasiaSG Oct 19
At 26, Shafeeqah suffered a stroke and acquired . Listen to her story and find out how she overcame all her challenges - physical, emotional, and mental at this Thurs episode 💖💖❤️❤️ see you on FB! Stay up-to-date on every show:
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Aphasia Hope 14h
Share your experiences with as a caregiver, survivor, or therapist on our website.
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LivingWithAphasia 3h
“I’ve got ...It’s an invisible injury!” Heartbreaking but true words said by one of our members! Be kind...remember you can’t see it..! 💖
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Aphasia Hope Oct 20
The difference between a caregiver and a recovery coach for survivors:
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Trauma & Acute Care Oct 17
Aphasia and Upper Limb Weakness Reversed by Re absorption of Pneumocephalus
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Sarah Bethany Scott Oct 23
Please watch this amazing video ⛸🧠
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Aphasia Hope Oct 22
Your family doesn't have to struggle with alone. There's a dynamic community here for you:
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Marian Brady Oct 22
Delighted to share updates supporting researchers in pandemic - now includes sections on study viability, supervision and virtual vivas. and updates on recruitment, qual and quant data collection, online interventions and data security.
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Aphasia Institute 20h
Looking for pictographic resources you can use during the pandemic? Check out our free online templates for creating resources that facilitate conversation!
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AphasiaSG 23h
Want to build a more friendly ? Learn these top dos and don’ts when communicating with a person with aphasia 😎☺️💪🏼❤️💖
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Sarah Northcott 21h
Spent today with our fab expert trainers who have , training our 1st yr SLT students. Fantastic work by to convert the Conversation Partner scheme online including today's training - lots of lovely feedback!
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caz henden Oct 19
A heart warming first. Hubby talking to a neighbour outside over the fence without me. His words......Ooooh ooooh 👋are you alright? We are good thanks 👍 I am so proud
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AphasiaTEC Oct 23
Very proud of you and all the volunteers and group members and so pleased to be part of ASPIRE Lucy.
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