Brain Injury And Speech

Veronique Brain Injury And Speech

Brain Injury And Speech We welcome guest blogger Veronique Theberge from Weird And Wonderful Brain. One of the biggest impairments that remains for me 4 years following encephalitis and its token brain injury is my speech issues. For me, aphasia means that my speech delivery is often extremely slow, slurred, and connecting the dots between […]

A Heartfelt Note From The Author

Get In Touch

A Heartfelt Note From The Author Three years ago, when my husband had a massive stroke, I would have given anything to have a manual explaining how to deal with such a jolting life event. Unfortunately, there’s no manual, and even if there were, everyone’s experience is different when it comes to stroke, aphasia, and […]

Putting the “FUN” in Functional Phrases

Functional Phrases Aphasia

Putting the “FUN” in Functional Phrases One of the most heartbreaking side effects of aphasia is loneliness. It’s not uncommon to see someone with aphasia tucked away in a corner by themselves during a family birthday party. Or maybe they are pretending to be on their phone when spending time with friends because they don’t […]

Skip to content