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If you are fed up with being given up on, hope is back. At the Pittsburgh Aphasia Treatment, Research and Education Center , we know that aphasia recovery is an ongoing process so we go beyond the evidence and limits of outpatient and intensive treatment programs. We are partnering with organizations, speech therapists and self-help groups all over the US to achieve remarkable results on an ongoing basis. Tedy Bruschi returned to pro football. Kirk Douglas returned to acting. Jill Bolte Taylor wrote a book and went on Oprah. What can you accomplish with innovative and effective therapy tools? Learn how the Aphasia CyberClinic can help you in the comfort of your own home.
People ask us, "What do we do when we are dismissed from therapy? We feel abandoned" They want to know where to turn when told, "You have reached a plateau, you will not talk again." "What do we do when intensive therapy visits are done and we are on our own?" The answer is, contact us at 724.494.2534. There is absolutely no reason to delay as the first consultation is free.
The National Aphasia AssociationAs you know, technology surrounds us and changes by the second. There are many people with aphasia, caregivers and professionals who now rely on communicating via the internet. Below is a listing of aphasia blogs, online support groups and therapy programs.