Investigators at collaborating academic and medical institutions in Washington, DC, researched the use of distance communication technologies to deliver anomia therapy to persons with primary progressive aphasia.
Lingraphica co-founder and chief scientist, Dr. Richard Steele, summarizes the recent findings from a U.S. study on the rate of aphasia among stroke patients discharged from the hospital. Read on for the details.
Investigators from the Aphasia Research Laboratory at Boston University have published a focused review of technology for communication rehabilitation after acquired brain injury.
Rehabilitation specialists from Argentina’s Instituto de Investigaciones Neurológicas Raúl Carrea (FLENI) have published a systematic literature review of high-technology augmentative communication offerings for adults with post-stroke aphasia.
Researchers from the University of Bergen in Norway have published results of a study investigating the prevalence and effects of anxiety and/or depression in persons with chronic stroke, analyzing data from persons with and without aphasia admitted to local hospitals.
Researchers from Sweden have reported results from the application of two conceptual frameworks to the internet behaviors of people with aphasia (PWA), with an eye to understanding their management of online identities.