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Tools for Your Aphasia Support Group from Lingraphica

Feb 07, 2018 | by Angie Maher

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Connecting people with aphasia to others and to tools that can help them can be tough. At Lingraphica, we want to make these burdens a bit lighter for support group leaders. Check out our brand new webpage—Tools for Aphasia Support Groups—for some great resources to get groups connected and talking!                                                                                                  

Aphasia support groups can be a great way to get those with aphasia together with others who face similar challenges after a stroke or brain injury. But finding activities and topics that get everyone wanting to talk oftentimes is no small task. So Lingraphica put together a webpage of resources for those who lead and participate in aphasia support groups. Below is a preview of what you’ll find on that page.

Lingraphica Tools for Support Groups Webpage

Invite Lingraphica to “Attend” Your Support Group

Lingraphica now provides a new service—at NO CHARGE—to any aphasia support group! One of our own clinicians will “visit” your support group through a live webinar to speak about everything from our our apps, therapy programs, and communication devices to simply play virtual games or discuss communication tips with your group.

Check Out These Blog Posts for Resources

Looking for some general tips? Want to learn how to better communicate with a loved one who has aphasia? Or maybe you are looking for fresh ideas for your support group? We’ve got that!

Join our TalkPath News Facebook Group

If your members would like to connect with others who have aphasia, as well as their caregivers, family members, and professionals on social media, look no further than Lingraphica’s TalkPath News Facebook group! On this page, we use the TalkPath News app, an aphasia-friendly current events tool, to share and comment on top news stories, tips and facts about aphasia, hope and inspiration, concerns, ideas, jokes and few laughs.

Click here to view our new page and to find out more about each of the sections detailed above!

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