“My wife just had a stroke and has aphasia. What can we expect? What should we do?”
We are sorry to hear that your loved one has aphasia. The primary focus at this time is stabilizing her medical condition and ensuring medical and physical safety. Hope and expert information at this early time of recovery offers comfort and reassurance: We have 6 of our previous aphasia clients on our staff. One of them […]
My husband who has aphasia is coming home next week. How should I prepare?
Congratulations on your return home. This is a great time to ramp up the aphasia recovery program. This is usually the time when you can begin to participate in a rich, robust aphasia recovery program. As your physical condition improves, you can now shift your energy and focus to some serious, aggressive work on […]
I was told that I reached a plateau in my progress in aphasia recovery. Can that be true?
The answer is no, it is not true! We have proven the idea of a patient plateau in aphasia recovery is a myth. If someone tells you that you have reached a plateau, don’t walk away, run away. Perhaps your rehabilitation program has plateaued for you, however, you can continue to improve: You need smart aphasia […]