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Don't miss Dr. Richard Steele, Chief Scientist at Lingraphica, as he joins us to discuss his research on aphasia speech therapy.
The research Dr. Steele did in ongoing speech re-aquisition was complete over 10 years ago. Now, new research from the University of Montreal validates his hypothesis that people with aphasia can re-learn language at any point after their stroke with the proper speech therapy.
Also, learn how Dr. Steele's research and innovation has translated to Lingraphica's most useful and therapeutic speech-generating devices and speech therapy apps yet.
Join Dr. Richard Steele, Lingraphica's Chief Scientist, as we discuss new research in the field of speech therapy. Today's topic - how people who suffer from aphasia after having a stroke can improve language performance and communication skills years after the stroke.
Dr. Steele conducted similar research years ago in the development of Lingraphica's speech-generating devices.
Questions we'll ask Dr. Steele -
Why is research such an important part of trying to assist people with aphasia? How is research — by Lingraphica and others — used as the foundation for each speech-generating device developed by Lingraphica? What particular aspects of research are implemented in Lingraphica's TalkPathSM Suite of Speech Therapy Apps for the iPad?
In this episode Mark Ittleman, speech pathologist will discuss some of the common speaking difficulties associated with stroke and aphasia. He will educate you about the dysarthrias, and aphasias, both of the receptive and expressive varieties. He will review the Broca's and the Wernicke's types. He will differentiate mild aphasia from profound aphasia. He will also review moderate, severe and global aphasias. There are aphasias and speech symptoms that respond well to therapy. There are some speech symptoms that do not respond well to treatment. Tune in for this very informative episode.
Join Lisa Haynes, Manager of Clinical Affairs at Lingraphica as she chats with Audrey Holland about Aphasia Awareness Month, which is just beginning this week.
You can participate in Aphasia Awareness Month by using #FacesOfAphasia on Twitter and sharing your aphasia story on http://www.FacesOfAphasia.com
Audrey Holland, Ph.D., CCC/SLP, BC/NCD, was the Regents’ Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of Arizona. Now retired, she will never stop helping people with aphasia.
Dr. Holland is an Advisory Council Member of the National Aphasia Association, she continues to promote public education, research, rehabilitation and support services to assist people with aphasia and those who care for them.
Dr. Holland has published over 145 research articles, book chapters, and reviews, in addition to editing three books and developing the test of functional communication known as CADL (recently revised as CADL-2 with Davida Fromm and Carol Frattalli).
Being a caregiver is a marathon. It's frustrating and stressful. One day the one you love becomes someone very different; they have new personality and new physical challenges. One of the most important parts of a relationship is suddenly cut off - the ability to fully communicate.
Listen is as Michele Hart-Henry, Vice President of Innovation, Sales and Marketing at Lingraphica, chats with Dr. Audrey Holland about the importance, challenges, victories, frustrations, and heroism of caregivers for those with aphasia.
The American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) hosted, “IMPROVING ACCESS AND QUALITY: MUSIC THERAPY RESEARCH 2025” (MTR 2025) July 16-18, 2015. This was a working symposium sponsored by AMTA to recommend guidance for future research in music therapy. The meeting was comprised of invited speakers and delegates. Interested music therapy professionals were invited to attend this meeting as general attendees and observers.Dr. Meganne Masko and Annette Whitehead-Pleaux were able to attend this symposium and will join me to share what they experienced at #MTR2025 on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 1:00 pm CDT.
Listen in as Lingraphica’s Chief Scientist Dr. Richard Steel interviews Dr. Audrey Holland.
Dr. Holland is well known for her Life Participation Approach to Aphasia, which places priority on the life concerns of those affected by aphasia and assists them in their efforts to return to active life. You’ll learn the primary benefits to people with aphasia who join the programs that embrace the LPAA.
Make sure you listen until near the end to hear the important discussion of how technology is benefitting those with aphasia. One example is international Skype groups. Another is the study which Dr. Steele and Lingraphica conducted with the SCALE Center in Baltimore.
In the care and support of people with aphasia and apraxia, technology is advancing rapidly. Join us a two leaders in the field discuss where we are now and where we’re going.
In this quick session, Andrew Gomory, Chief Executive Officer of Lingraphica and Dr. Audrey Holland chat about:
where we are today.
the most significant advances they’ve seen recently.
the elements of today’s research which offer the most promise for advancements in the field.
the technology that has them most excited.
This is number the fourth and final of our 4-part series featuring Dr. Holland and we’re very grateful she could spend so much time with us.
This week we will be talking about the elderly and special care and the benefits of that service.
We will also be talking about hospice care and the toll that that takes on the loved ones of the recipients.
Have you ever had a loved one that received special care? Do you know what that is? Do you know what the financial obligations of Special Care are? Is it available to everyone?
What about hospice care? What are the differences between Special Care and Hospice Care?
Have you ever had a loved one that received Hospice Care? What are some of the factors that determine whether a person should choose hospice Care or or not?
What is the emotional toll that is taken on the family of the recipient? Is Hospice Care always the end of the road for the recipients? Does anyone ever come back from receiving Hospice Care or is it usually time to just start making funeral arrangements?
This featured guest on this show will be Darby Didah McIntyre-Guy? who has worked in the Special Care industry for a little under 2 decades and has a wealth of knowledge on the topic from a manager's standpoint as well as working in the field.
Make sure you check out this very emotion-filled show that is sure to touch everyone's lives in some way.
Listen in as Michele Hart-Henry tells us the news of Lingraphica's latest way of helping people with aphasia - TalkPath Therapy.
TalkPath Therapy is the ultimate speech therapy solution for individuals and professionals (SLPs). With more than 4,600 scientifically developed therapy exercises accessible online or offline from an iPad® or online from a desktop or laptop computer, it’s the only mobile speech therapy solution you need.
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