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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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Sharing Your Experiences Podcasts
 
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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On Nov 16, 2016 Susan Grimstead suffered a severe stroke. She did not feel well that day, and went upstairs after dinner to rest before she noticed something seriously wrong. She was rushed to hospital in ambulance. Since then her life has completely changed.Before stroke, Susan was always on the go. A lot of her time was spent with her 90 year ...…
 
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The Slow Road to Better
 
In this episode, group members talk about loss, mourning and how aphasia impacts their ability to share stories and bond during the rituals of funerals. Sounds serious, but as usual, there is a lot of laughter....oh the circle of life!
 
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Oral Argument
 
Holiday nonsense show part 2: on the upcoming Supreme Court arguments Dalmazzi v. United States, millennials and the punishing U.S. economic system, the presidency and the popular vote, and expertise and Twitter. This show’s links: SCOTUSblog page for Dalmazzi v. United States In That Case podcast Michael Hobbes, FML: Why Millennials Are Facing ...…
 
Childhood Stroke Recovery Stroke Podcast Episode 33 – Peter Dempsey is recovering from Aphasia after a Childhood Stroke when he was only four years of age. According to aphasia.org Aphasia is described as “an impairment of language, affecting the production or comprehension of speech and the ability to read or write. Aphasia is always due to in ...…
 
Put your thinking cap on and get ready for the only game show podcast where every contestant is a speech-language pathologist! Yvette Mccoy, a speech-language pathologist from Leonardtown, Maryland is our lucky contestant this episode. Yvette has over 20 years experience, and currently works with patients suffering from swallowing disorders and ...…
 
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Freud Museum London: Psychoanalysis Podcasts
 
Panel discussion: Joseph Berke, Stephen Frosh, Tali Loewenthal and Anthony Stadlen Predominantly, Sigmund Freud saw himself as an objective scientist. Initially, he gained renown as an anatomist, being the first person to dissect the testicles of an eel. Subsequently he made major contributions to histology and neurology, particularly through h ...…
 
We returned this week to the annual Tech Law Institute meeting in Atlanta. We talk about data, law, and society: Joe and Christian's fight over data on the way to the conference, a new Supreme Court case involving cloud data and international boundaries, and the decisions that technology will force us to make. (Thanks to Jacob Davis for helping ...…
 
In this episode we give a shout out to HARC - Houston Aphasia Recovery Center - to let them know their aphasia community has not forgotten about them about hurricane Harvey. We also tackle the topics of weight management, treadmills and change in taste buds.
 
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CONFERENCE CALL by TheFlashdance
 
Lauren Marks was twenty-seven, singing karaoke in a bar in Scotland with her friends, when an aneurysm ruptured in her brain and left her fighting for her life. She woke up in a hospital soon after with serious deficiencies to her reading, speaking, and writing abilities, and an unfamiliar diagnosis: aphasia. This would be shocking news for any ...…
 
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AMP: Angle Magazine Podcast
 
Playlist: Kim Sawol - Signal Jo Yong Ho - Letter To Yoko Moon Yirang - Aphasia (Ft Hoody) South Carnival - Take Off Samehada Shiriko and Dynamite - If It’s Cool Parasol - On the way to the racetrack Goonam - Young People Three Summer - Waiting For The Sound Become a Patron! Links: Kim Sawol - Suzanne (Bandcamp) Kim Sawol New Demos (Soundcloud) ...…
 
This week on The Digital Fiasco Podcast, you’ll hear something unsual for us. While we’re talking about video games, as usual, we’re also bearing witness to Jack McBastard suffering through the onset of a migraine and experiencing a bout of transient aphasia. You can hear him struggle to form proper sentences and convey the meaningRead more abo ...…
 
This week on The Digital Fiasco Podcast, you'll hear something unsual for us. While we're talking about video games, as usual, we're also bearing witness to Jack McBastard suffering through the onset of a migraine and experiencing a bout of transient aphasia. You can hear him struggle to form proper sentences and convey the meaning that for som ...…
 
Herb Silverman suffered a stroke at the age of 27. In the first year after stroke, aphasia kept him from using more than 2 words.27 years has passed. Herb regained his speech, went to school again and retired from a successful career with New York Life Insurance. He has been featured in numerous articles, as well as on radio and TV, including a ...…
 
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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 ...…
 
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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 ...…
 
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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- ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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