Browsing All posts tagged under »aphasia«

Random Events, Conditions, Diseases, Disorders, Part I

February 29, 2012


Are there any differences between random events, conditions, disorders and diseases? How do these differences affect individuals and their caregivers?

Happy New Year!

January 2, 2012


The end of one year and the begining of another. Best wishes for the coming year

We Are All Different

July 12, 2010


We are all different. A personal journey through aphasia, epilepsy and physical challenges. An individual with aphaisa, epilepsy, or a phsyical handicapp is not less of a person. He or she id just different. Since they may see or tate things in a new and different way that may lend a new perspective to a problem and lead to a new and different solution.

For Me, Aphasia is like solving jig saw puzzles with pieces missing

July 5, 2010


Sometimes when I am writing or speaking, I find myself searching for words. It is like trying to solve jig saw puzzles with pieces missing. How do I cope?

Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks

June 25, 2010


changing engrained patterns of behavior (habits) can be difficult but it can be done. You can teach old dogs, even ones with aphasia, new tricks.

Living with Epilepsy and Aphasia

June 25, 2010


How following a complicated set of directions can be difficult for the aphasia sufferer.

The Recovery of Aphasia and Epilepsy patients can be helped through the application of appropriate challenges with proper scaffolding

June 21, 2010


Aphasia and epilepsy patients can be helped in their recovery by being pushed and stretched in a sage environment.