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Aphasia Access Conversations
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Aphasia Access Conversations brings you the latest aphasia resources, tips and a-ha moments from Life Participation professionals who deliver way more than stroke and aphasia facts. Topics include: aphasia group treatment ideas, communication access strategies, plus ways for growing awareness and funds for your group aphasia therapy program. ​This podcast is produced by Aphasia Access.
 
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Voice Aerobics Talking 2 You
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Voice Aerobics is hosted by Mary Spremulli, a speech-language pathologist and blogger. Mary and guests will talk about issues affecting people living with Parkinsons and other neurogenic conditions. Learn more and live well.
 
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Sharing Your Experiences Podcasts
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Sharing Your Experiences - Knowledge Is Power will discuss: strokes, stroke prevention, aphasia, effects on family members, and caregivers. It will offer and discuss education and coping for those suffering from stress.
 
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Health Newsfeed – Johns Hopkins Medicine Podcasts
 
Anchor lead: For people who have trouble speaking, an electrical current delivered through the skull may help, Elizabeth Tracey reports Primary progressive aphasia, or PPA, is medicalese for a condition where people have trouble speaking or naming things, but don’t have Alzheimer’s disease or another common cause. Kyrana Tsapkini, a PPA researc ...…
 
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Anchor lead: For people who have trouble speaking, an electrical current delivered through the skull may help, Elizabeth Tracey reports Primary progressive aphasia, or PPA, is medicalese for a condition where people have trouble speaking or naming things, but don’t have Alzheimer’s disease or another common cause. Kyrana Tsapkini, a PPA researc ...…
 
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Neurology And Neurosurgery – Johns Hopkins Medicine Podcasts
 
Anchor lead: For people who have trouble speaking, an electrical current delivered through the skull may help, Elizabeth Tracey reports Primary progressive aphasia, or PPA, is medicalese for a condition where people have trouble speaking or naming things, but don’t have Alzheimer’s disease or another common cause. Kyrana Tsapkini, a PPA researc ...…
 
Anchor lead: For people who have trouble speaking, an electrical current delivered through the skull may help, Elizabeth Tracey reportsPrimary progressive aphasia, or PPA, is medicalese for a condition where people have trouble speaking or naming things, but don’t have Alzheimer’s disease or another common cause. Kyrana Tsapkini, a PPA research ...…
 
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All Podcasts – Johns Hopkins Medicine Podcasts
 
Anchor lead: People who have trouble communicating may have a condition called primary progressive aphasia, or PPA, and there is a therapy that may help, Elizabeth Tracey reports When someone has trouble talking, it may have a number of causes, one of which is called primary progressive aphasia, or PPA. Kyrana Tsapkini, an PPA researcher […]…
 
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Johns Hopkins Medicine
 
Anchor lead: People who have trouble communicating may have a condition called primary progressive aphasia, or PPA, and there is a therapy that may help, Elizabeth Tracey reportsWhen someone has trouble talking, it may have a number of causes, one of which is called primary progressive aphasia, or PPA. Kyrana Tsapkini, an PPA researcher at John ...…
 
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Health Newsfeed – Johns Hopkins Medicine Podcasts
 
Anchor lead: People who have trouble communicating may have a condition called primary progressive aphasia, or PPA, and there is a therapy that may help, Elizabeth Tracey reports When someone has trouble talking, it may have a number of causes, one of which is called primary progressive aphasia, or PPA. Kyrana Tsapkini, an PPA researcher […]…
 
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Neurology And Neurosurgery – Johns Hopkins Medicine Podcasts
 
Anchor lead: People who have trouble communicating may have a condition called primary progressive aphasia, or PPA, and there is a therapy that may help, Elizabeth Tracey reports When someone has trouble talking, it may have a number of causes, one of which is called primary progressive aphasia, or PPA. Kyrana Tsapkini, an PPA researcher […]…
 
On this week’s episode of everyone’s favorite home improvement podcast, we make up for last week with a lightning round of corrections--special mea culpa to orphans everywhere. We talk opossum spittoons and squirrel-proofing your car, and our listeners have questions about the morality of vice grips, neighborhood fence laws, and existentialism- ...…
 
Upstate graduate Steven Hicks, MD, PhD, discusses the connection he found between aerial mosquito spraying and rates of autism in Onondaga County children. Upstate New York Poison Center administrative director Michele Caliva, RN, tells about the dangers of fentanyl. Syracuse University Aphasia Lab director Ellyn Riley, PhD, explains how to com ...…
 
Aphasia is a communication disorder most often caused by a stroke that leaves a person with trouble speaking and/or understanding speech. Speech language pathologist Ellyn Riley, PhD, leads the Aphasia Lab at Syracuse University and serves as a research assistant professor in neurology at Upstate. She discusses other causes of aphasia, treatmen ...…
 
Dr. Julie Wambaugh, Ph.D., CCC/SLP is Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Utah and is a Research Career Scientist at the VA Salt Lake City Health Care System. She teaches graduate courses in Aphasia and Motor Speech Disorders. She has been conducting research focused on clinically-applicable ...…
 
Dr. Chatterjee returns for this sequel to his prior episode on aphasia. This week, we cover the history and the science of neural networking behind language production and comprehension. Produced by James E. Siegler. Music by Josh Woodward and Andy Cohen. Voiceover by Erika Mejia. BrainWaves' podcasts and online content are intended for medical ...…
 
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eCareDiary Caregiver Radio Shows
 
eCareDiary will speak to co-authors of “The Word Escapes Me: Voices of Aphasia” , Mona Greenfield, Ph.D, LCSW, CCC/SLP, a speech-language pathologist and clinical social worker and Ellayne S. Ganzfried, MS, CCC-SLP, a speech-language pathologist and the former Executive Director of the National Aphasia Association, about what the disorder entai ...…
 
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The Slow Road to Better
 
In this episode, we talk about Aphasia Awareness month and how our listeners can be part of the podcast, DoMore24 and how our members give back and do more with their 24.
 
Today, Ellen Bernstein-Ellis (California State University - East Bay) speaks with Dr. Darla Hagge. Dr. Hagge is an assistant professor at California State University - Sacramento and a speech language pathologist at St. Jude Medical Center. She's the founder of the NeuroService Alliance which is a collection of life participation approach progr ...…
 
Dr. Katie Strong hosts this episode from 2017 Leadership Summit in Orlando. Leadership summit attendees from across the U.S. and Canada share their insights from the 2017 Leadership Summit. Questions include: Share your best conference take away so far! Tell us about your favorite LPAA activity. How has the LPAA model influenced the aphasia car ...…
 
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Reopening the Wormhole: A Star Trek Deep Space Nine Podcast
 
Join the RTW crew on their presumably last comprehensible podcast as they struggle to find a cure to the devastating aphasia virus they picked up slamming drinks at Quark’s that will soon turn their every thought into an incomprehensible word salad. On the way they’ll again talk Schwarzenegger, their favorite mash-ups, turnips, flight hogs, gum ...…
 
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Reopening the Wormhole: A Star Trek Deep Space Nine Podcast
 
Join the RTW crew on their presumably last comprehensible podcast as they struggle to find a cure to the devastating aphasia virus they picked up slamming drinks at Quark’s that will soon turn their every thought into an incomprehensible word salad. On the way they’ll again talk Schwarzenegger, their favorite mash-ups, turnips, flight hogs, gum ...…
 
Welcome to the weekly #OO Top 10 show for May 19, 2017, where we recap the top tracks as decided by the voters of the #OO chat. You can take part by going to http://ryno.cc/chat and voting for your favorite Creative Commons tracks. We have tabulated and correlated all the votes and I now present you this weeks best tracks. 11. The Spin Wires – ...…
 
Welcome to the weekly #OO Top 10 show for May 19, 2017, where we recap the top tracks as decided by the voters of the #OO chat. You can take part by going to http://ryno.cc/chat and voting for your favorite Creative Commons tracks. We have tabulated and correlated all the votes and I now present you this weeks best tracks. 11. The Spin Wires – ...…
 
In this episode of the Biotechnology Focus Radio, Liam Kaufman, co-founder of Winterlight Labs discusses with us how AI is powering his company’s speech-based diagnostic platform. This platform natural speech to detect and monitor dementia, aphasia, and various cognitive conditions. About Winterlight Labs: WinterLight Labs is developing a propr ...…
 
In part 3 of a discussion on music with Grammy Award winning producer Barry Goldstein, Dr. Daniel Amen and Tana Amen focus on the healing power of music. This episode will give insight into how musical nourishment can change the lives of stroke victims, people who struggle with Aphasia, and even those with Alzheimer’s Disease. You will also lea ...…
 
Welcome to the weekly #OO Top 10 show for May 12, 2017, where we recap the top tracks as decided by the voters of the #OO chat. You can take part by going to http://ryno.cc/chat and voting for your favorite Creative Commons tracks. We have tabulated and correlated all the votes and I now present you this weeks best tracks. 11. Jeff Rosenstock – ...…
 
Welcome to the weekly #OO Top 10 show for May 12, 2017, where we recap the top tracks as decided by the voters of the #OO chat. You can take part by going to http://ryno.cc/chat and voting for your favorite Creative Commons tracks. We have tabulated and correlated all the votes and I now present you this weeks best tracks. 11. Jeff Rosenstock – ...…
 
Distinguishing aphasia from delirium can be INCREDIBLY difficult in the hospital setting, and a missed diagnosis of aphasia can prove disastrous for patients. In this episode, I get a little help from Johnny Depp (yes, that Johnny Depp) in order to illustrate the major differences between these two disease states. BrainWaves podcasts and online ...…
 
Welcome to the weekly #OO Top 10 show for May 5, 2017, where we recap the top tracks as decided by the voters of the #OO chat. You can take part by going to http://ryno.cc/chat and voting for your favorite Creative Commons tracks. We have tabulated and correlated all the votes and I now present you this weeks best tracks. 10. Rusty Tea Makers – ...…
 
Welcome to the weekly #OO Top 10 show for May 5, 2017, where we recap the top tracks as decided by the voters of the #OO chat. You can take part by going to http://ryno.cc/chat and voting for your favorite Creative Commons tracks. We have tabulated and correlated all the votes and I now present you this weeks best tracks. 10. Rusty Tea Makers – ...…
 
Today, Maura Silverman speaks with Dr. Nidhi Mahendra (San Jose State University). Ms. Silverman is the Executive Director of the Triangle Aphasia Project in Cary, North Carolina and is also the inaugural recipient of the Aphasia Access Innovator Award. In today’s episode, you will: Identify practical and strategic methods for increasing awaren ...…
 
In this episode, members discuss their sense of humor, how aphasia impacts their ability to get jokes and how they use laughter to help them on the slow road to better.
 
This episode is going to be a departure for me because I’m handing over the mic to none other than Rinki Varindani Desai to guest host! You might remember Rinki from a previous CSP episode. I was very impressed with Rinki’s passion for the field and her eagerness to take on so many extra-curricular projects. It was only natural I suppose, that ...…
 
As an aphasia virus runs rampant on Deep Space Now, Hillary and Nic run rampant all over this episode! We discuss Quark and Odo's epic frenemy status, the misery of keeping a space station that seems to hate you maintained, quarantines, bioterrorism and lots of other upbeat topics that terrify us to our very cores! Oh, and for the love of all t ...…
 
In this episode of Scratchd in a live Broadcast via Twitch and YouTube we examine the decline of modern civilization into an apocalyptic showdown where one man defends his family against another. Show notes can be found here – http://scratchd.net/scratchd-113-live-twitchin-double-live-broadcast Topics in this episode – Zombie Apocalypse, Societ ...…
 
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Soul Sisters
 
"I really hope it's weird," Arthur Moon, aka Lora-Faye Ashuvud, tells us about her new EP Our Head, an electro-rock experience that can feel as trippy as Ashuvud's bouts with migraine-induced aphasia.
 
What Does Speech Therapy Consist of and Who Can Benefit with Kari Star Kari Star is a Speech Language Pathologist who practices at SouthCoast ENT, Speech & Swallow Clinic and Buzzards Bay Speech Therapy in Southeastern MA. Kari is well known in the field for providing holistic therapy with compassion & kindness. Kari has been recognized for her ...…
 
In this sixth episode of the CSD Podcast, Ms. Becca Jarzynski and I talk about her work as a community SLP, a clinical faculty member at UW-Eau Claire, and running her own private practice. Becca also talks about the role of clinical supervisors and what she's learned as residential graduate student clinical placement coordinator. Throughout th ...…
 
Today, Dr. Katie Strong (Central Michigan University) speaks with Dr. Barbara Shadden. She is a Professor Emerita in Communication Disorders and Co-Director of the Office for Studies on Aging at the University of Arkansas. In today’s episode, you will learn: How to define identity and understand the impact it has on aphasia 4 Tips that support ...…
 
#MadScience (Adam & Demetri) tackle #aphasia, #7newplanets #space, #Siri #AmazonEcho #okgoogle #virtualassistant, #metallichydrogen, & #consciousness(Photo Graphic: Janine Guarriello/ Intro: Gordon Kenny (gordonkenny.bandcamp.com)/ Outro & other music #1 &4: @jbangabeats / other music #2 & 3: @jetlifemuzick)…
 
In Episode 14, Colin interviews two young Ethiopian-Somali American poets, Rakiya and Ahmed Mohamed. The interview was recorded at Forage Market in Lewiston, Maine, shortly after President Trump’s Executive Order banning travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries including Somalia. The siblings—one in high school, the other in college—rec ...…
 
Sharon Hall and her guests will share successful language strategies to use with persons with FTD. Sharon cares for her husband, diagnosed with FTD in the fall of 2015, and moderates our weekly FTD chat on CareGiving.com. You can call into the live 30-minute show with your questions or email them to ftdpodcastquestions@yahoo.com prior to the sh ...…
 
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The Slow Road to Better
 
This is episode #2 from a group of Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors. PT Pintcast Host Jimmy McKay met them in his Neuro Rehabilitation class during his 3rd year @ Marymount University.This show is produced and recorded by the members of the Stroke Comeback Center, located in Vienna Virginia.They will discuss, in their own words, what ...…
 
THE SAAD TRUTH 350 - Fake Ashley Judd, A Child's Innocence, And Aphasia by Gad Saad
 
Dr. Janet Patterson (VA Northern California) speaks with Dr. Lynn Maher about the business practices of a community aphasia group. Dr. Maher is in the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences at University of Houston and she’s also a founding board member of the Houston Aphasia Recovery Center. In today’s episode, you will learn: How ...…
 
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The Pharmacist Answers Podcast
 
Episode 75 - Art & Vitamins Temporal lobe lesions can lead to dyslexia. Receptive aphasia: can't receive or translate speech meaning Word deafness: words are only noise Temporal lobe lesions can also lead to deafness. The ears are fine, but the wires that translate input as sound are damaged. (Possibly what happened to Helen Keller). Callbacks: ...…
 
In this interview, we talk to Dr. Natalie Douglas about implementation science, treating cognition in nursing home residents with dementia, and the challenges of being an SLP in a skilled nursing facility. Dr. Douglas is an assistant professor in the Communication Disorders Department of Central Michigan University. Her research aims to advance ...…
 
This week, the gang talks about Amazon, which is seeking to become the all-encompassing retail stop for your life. How have they changed shopping? How have they changed gift-giving? And who - if anyone - is it good for? Music: "Aphasia" - Pinegrove
 
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