The Effectiveness of a Customized App on a Patient with Aphasia

Researchers from the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of North Carolina have published a feasibility study reporting therapeutic effects in a person with aphasia (PWA) and accompanying apraxia of speech (AOS), who received treatment for AOS through a customized therapy app that permitted home practice of self-modeled video stimuli.

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)