Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC: TOP TEN LIST: Word Retrieval Strategies

This is a very handy list to use in an acute or rehabilitation setting. It helps provide memory strategies to build attention, word finding, & retrieval.

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Yes/No Question Task Cards {Is this a...}

FREE. Lots of worksheets for common objects/ categories (colors, shapes, kitchen, bathroom).  Great for practicing life skills.  Several different worksheets available for FREE download.  Go to:  http://www.kids-pages.com/folders/worksheets/Home/page8.htm

Lots of worksheets for common objects/ categories (colors, shapes, kitchen, bathroom). Great for practicing life skills.

Making Aphasia Therapy and TBI Therapy Functional: A run down of how therapy for Aphasia, TBI, Dementia & Learning Disorders can change your brain AND your every-day life - Constant Therapy Blog

Making Aphasia Therapy and TBI Therapy Functional: A run down of how therapy for Aphasia, TBI, Dementia & Learning Disorders can change your brain AND your every-day life

Speech Therapy Materials for Adults - Free Sites for Aphasia

5 quality websites that offer free speech therapy materials suitable for using with adults with aphasia as well as ESL learners.

Making Aphasia Therapy and TBI Therapy Functional: A run down of how therapy for Aphasia, TBI, Dementia & Learning Disorders can change your brain AND your every-day life

See these great examples of Aphasia Therapy and TBI Therapy easily incorporated into everyday life activities. Improve function by focusing on simple tasks.

99 Action Words for Speech Therapy SOAP Notes …

This pin is beneficial for writing SOAP notes during medical clinical rotations. I pinned it for just that reason, as I am currently completing an adult medical rotation.

#Aphasia is a language disorder that affects the ability to communicate. It's most often caused by brain injury from a #stroke.

What is Aphasia? Aphasia is a language disorder that affects the ability to communicate. It's most often caused by injury to parts of the brain that control speech and language resulting from a stroke or Traumatic Brain Injury.

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