When Language Is Lost: AAC Supports for Individuals with Aphasia
It’s another Throwback Thursday!
In recognition of Aphasia Awareness Month, we are digging into the archives for content on supporting people who’ve lost a good deal of language following stroke, brain injury, or dementia. If this is a population of interest, we invite you to explore these past posts to get ideas of things to add to your AAC assessment and/or therapy.
- Making It Work: 6 AAC Strategies for People with Aphasia
- Low Tech AAC for Adults with Aphasia: What Does That Mean?
- A Fresh Look at AAC & Aphasia with Dr. Kristy Weissling
- 5 Questions about Aphasia & Communication Books
- Aphasia Awareness Month: AAC & Aphasia
- Bridging the Gap: Helping People with Aphasia to Compensate for Their Language Difficulties
- AAC Assessment for People with Aphasia
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Tagged With: aphasia, throwback, visual scene displays
This post was written by Carole Zangari