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The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Developing Strategies to Foster Community Integration and Participation (CIP) for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury - Resources and Publications. Www.rehabmeasures.org/rehabweb/allmeasures.aspx?PageView=Shared. Widgit Health - First Aid Communication Book - Intake, allergies and your health. Speech Therapy Worksheets and Forms. Ear Nose and Throat conditions and procedures view videos online. The Crash Reel. Quick List of Adult Therapy Tasks. Here is a quick reference sheet I created to help when I PRN and need a quick idea or activity on the fly.

Quick List of Adult Therapy Tasks

Often I will PRN evenings at facilities and the patients are unknown to me. Couple this with broad treatment goals (example- “Patient will complete simple verbal expression tasks with Min A” or “Patient will solve simple problems with Mod A”) , limited materials and high productivity demands = whew! Sometimes you just need a quick go-to resource for some tasks! Hope this is helpful to others! · PURPOSE OF TASKS: To improve concrete/basic OR abstract/ complex auditory comprehension & processing tasks for improved functional communication. TASK IDEAS: auditory discrimination, following 1-3 step commands, ID objects by name function or other descriptive features, simple or complex yes/no questions, listen to sentence à paragraph length stories/newspaper articles and answer “wh”/yes or no questions, demonstrate understanding of abstract language during conversational tasks. Idioms Handouts and Worksheets for ESL Classes. Idiom Worksheets and Tests. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.R.4 – Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining technical, connotative, and figurative meanings, and analyze how specific word choices shape meaning or tone.CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.L.5 – Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings.

Idiom Worksheets and Tests

ELA Standards: Literature ELA Standards: Language. 22 Social Scenarios for Speech Therapy Practice. Phonetics: The sounds of American English. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Therapy and Resource Manual (Neurogenic Communication Disorder Series): 9781565938274: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Amazon.com. Free online aphasia therapy. Aphasia Software Finder. Get Real With Visual Scene Displays: Use of real-life scenes adds appeal to AAC apps that clients use to communicate about everyday needs and situations.

Aphasia Software Finder. Home Sweet Speech Room : Welcome/ Disclaimer. Learning Apps, Children's Apps. SpeechPathologyApps.com is your source for all types of speech pathology apps for children.

Learning Apps, Children's Apps

SpeechTechie- Technology, Apps and Lessons for SLPs and Teachers who like Words. Speech Therapists Don't Get Apples! Speech Therapy Apps. Resources for SLP on Apps for Adult Speech Therapy, Aphasia, & iPads. We know about apps, iPads, and therapy, so let us do the research for you.

Resources for SLP on Apps for Adult Speech Therapy, Aphasia, & iPads

Download our adult SLP apps list, iPad request list, aphasia apps webinar and articles, and speech therapy apps blog posts to save yourself hours of work. We’ll be updating these resources and adding new ones, so check back often. Please link to this page rather than the download files to get the latest copies. Tactus Therapy Solutions — Apps for Speech Therapy, Home of the TherAppy apps. Best friend lends a helping hand - national. Last updated 05:00 18/04/2014 BEST FRIENDS: Diane Williams has more confidence now, knowing Orbit's by her side to help.

Best friend lends a helping hand - national

A Christchurch woman is the first in the country to receive a mobility dog to help her stay independent after a stroke. Diane Williams said her new dog, who is due to become a fully fledged mobility dog next month, has ''absolutely'' changed her life since moving in at the end of last year. The 2-year-old golden retriever, named Orbit, knew 40 to 50 commands, and had become a ''fantastic companion''. Williams, 40, suffered a stroke about four-and-a-half years ago, leaving her unable to speak or move the right side of her body. ''The only word I could say at the start was KFC, of all bloody things.

She was still regaining words following the stroke, and used a wheelchair and a modified car to get around. ''It's funny how the brain works. She was determined to remain as independent as possible, and having Orbit had allowed her to do more. Intensive voice treatment (LSVT®) for patients with Parkinson's disease: a 2 year follow up. + Author Affiliations Dr L O Ramigramig@spot.colorado.edu Received 14 February 2000 Revised 11 May 2001 Accepted 23 May 2001 Abstract OBJECTIVES To assess long term (24 months) effects of the Lee Silverman voice treatment (LSVT®), a method designed to improve vocal function in patients with Parkinson's disease.

Intensive voice treatment (LSVT®) for patients with Parkinson's disease: a 2 year follow up

METHODS Thirty three patients with idiopathic Parkinson's disease were stratified and randomly assigned to two treatment groups. One group received the LSVT®, which emphasises high phonatory-respiratory effort. RESULTS The LSVT® was significantly more effective than the RET in improving (increasing) SPL and STSD immediately post-treatment and maintaining those improvements at 2 year follow up. CONCLUSIONS The findings provide evidence for the efficacy of the LSVT® as well as the long term maintenance of these effects in the treatment of voice and speech disorders in patients with idiopathic Parkinson's disease. Methods Table 1 Results. Speaking of Apps : Adjust the Volume. Vocal intensity, or volume, is frequently a target of adult speech therapy.

Speaking of Apps : Adjust the Volume

Clients with Parkinson's disease often speak too softly, those with TBI may speak too loudly or too softly, and clients with dysarthria from stroke may be too loud or too quiet. Speaking too softly can make it difficult to communicate effectively, while speaking too loudly can be socially inappropriate or convey the wrong sentiment. While many clients will need specialized voice training, such as LSVT, to increase their volume, others may benefit from a simple visual reminder of how loudly or softly they are speaking to modify their volume. While there are several apps that measure volume, there are a few that do a nice job of showing an acceptable range for therapeutic purposes. Voice-o-Meter: A universal iOS app for only $0.99, this app was developed by an SLP.

Inside Voice: A free universal iOS app that is not particularly elegant in its design, but achieves its purpose.