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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
You need smart, effective treatment that challenges you continually without frustrating you. The best, easiest way to get your answer is to join one of our online, aphasia communication cafes. You can hear from people how they did it or are doing it. Honesty is the best policy when it come to aphasia recovery. You […]
The proof, as they say, is in the pudding. If you view our Success Stories on our home page, you will recognize how our aggressive and smart programs have helped PRA get back to work, back to school and be strong contributors in society. We are the world’s premier aphasia program to help PRA not […]
That is commendable that you want to help your client to continue to recover. Click us or give us a call, 724.494.2534, to talk with Bill Connors directly about your client. Likewise, we would be pleased to discuss with you our training programs, certification process, and aphasia therapy network.
We are sorry to hear about your child’s aphasia. We have found several important issue to address: Consultation and assistance with the child’s interaction with his/her school system and school-based SLP. Usually, a school district does not have the background, tools or expertise to deal with childhood, acquired aphasia. Effective treatment and practice tools that […]