Experiences of Stroke Survivors Living with Aphasia and Graduate Student Clinicians Who Participated in a Telehealth Interprofessional Psychoeducation and Wellness Group

University of Montana graduate students – four drawn from the School of Speech, Language, Hearing & Occupational Sciences within the University’s College of Health, plus two drawn from the Department of Counselling within the College of Education – collaborated in running an interprofessional telehealth counselling and wellness group. The activities for this telehealth group were…

Australian Aphasia Study: Factors That Slow Rehabilitation

Aphasiologists from Australia have published a collaborative study with colleagues from 5 other nations (New Zealand, Canada, USA, UK, and Ireland) to assess the current state of affairs regarding: (a) increasing the intensity of aphasia rehabilitation services; (b) increasing also its comprehensiveness; and (c) initiating Intensive Comprehensive Aphasia Programs (ICAP)

Aphasia Study from the University of Queensland

Lingraphica Co-founder and Chief Scientist, Dr. Richard Steele, summarizes findings of Australian researchers from the University of Queensland’s School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences and allied Centers report outcome benefits to persons with aphasia (PWA) in the chronic stage who participated in combined group aphasia intervention and networking activities that were delivered remotely via TeleGAIN,…