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AAC Assessment for People with Aphasia

Many people with aphasia fail to regain sufficient speech and language skills to meet their communication needs. With more than one million people with aphasia in the US alone, chances are most peo…

A hallmark of aphasia, or language problems after a stroke or brain injury, is difficulty finding words. This word-finding problem, also known as anomia, can be extremely frustrating and long-lasting. Traditional treatments for naming problems often involve looking at a picture and trying to say the name of it, sometimes with cues or hints to

VNeST is a powerful aphasia therapy protocol to help word-finding after stroke.