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Say cheeseburger: Patient smiling thanks to special treat
After Taylor Suhr had a stroke, he needed to relearn how to do many things, including eating. Speech pathology helped him regain those abilities and rewarded him with the cheeseburger he'd been craving.
Speaking clearly: Help for people with speech and language disorders
Up to 10% of people in the U.S. have a communication disorder, from difficulty with speech to vocal cord paralysis. Learn how speech therapy can lead to a more expressive life.
Aphasia: Putting the disorder into words
Aphasia is a disorder that affects the ability to communicate. Learn about causes, treatment and coping tips to reduce the effects.
Video visits help therapy patients recover at home
Patients recovering from stroke and orthopedic surgery, and children experiencing speech difficulties are among the growing number of patients now using video visits. Discover the benefits of rehab therapy video visits.
Parkinson’s patient makes gains through targeted therapies
Parkinson’s disease made daily activities a struggle for John, but a targeted treatment program improved his movement and speech. It’s just what his doctor — and his wife — ordered.
Understanding aphasia and communicating effectively with those afflicted
What if you lost your ability to express and understand language? That's what aphasia does — it steals your ability to communicate. Find out more about its effects and how to deal with those afflicted.
Understanding aphasia: 10 tips for improving communication
Imagine being dropped off in a country where you speak very little of the native language, and as long as the native speakers speak slowly, you only understand bits and pieces. This is very similar to how someone with aphasia may feel every day.