Reading a Clock — It’s About Time

Checking the time is firmly established in our behavior. Whether checking your watch, reading a clock on the wall, or looking at the time on your computer or phone, you’ve likely checked the time within the last few minutes. It’s habitual.

Explained: The Science and Clinical Application Behind the Picture-N-Back Memory Task

Working Memory (WM) plays a significant role in your daily life. We’re here to refresh your memory of the crucial role WM plays, and how it can be targeted to help with the recovery of your patients with brain injuries.

Innovative new features you can use with your patients today

The Constant Therapy app has more to offer than ever before to aid in recovery for patients with cognitive, speech, and language disorders.

Aphasia: An Overview of this Common but Misunderstood Language Disorder

Aphasia is one of the most significant and common conditions caused by stroke or brain injury. Over 2 million people in the United States are currently affected by aphasia, but few outside the clinical world know what it is. In fact, given its prevalence, most people have encountered someone with aphasia but just don't know it by name.

Explained: 2 Therapy Tasks About Reading Numbers Aloud

Numbers are all around us: Whether it’s saying the date, hearing the cashier tell you the cost of groceries, reviewing charges on your receipt, or writing down a phone number. It’s nearly impossible to count the number of times you’ll find yourself speaking, listening, reading, and writing numbers each day.

8 Tips for Communicating with People with TBI, Aphasia, Learning Disabilities, Dementia, and Other Communication Disorders

Often when people suffer from any type of communication disorder, conversation and social connections disappear.  Read today’s blog to find out about some tips to make conversing with friends and loved ones who have communication disorders easier for all involved!

Here's what I want you to know about my brain: 6 things people with aphasia want to tell you

Communicating your thoughts to others can be hard for anyone - but imagine adding Aphasia (loss of language, not intellect) on top of challenges of  communication.  How do I say what I feel and think without offending someone?  How do I get you to understand my point?  In honor of Aphasia Awareness Month, here are a few things folks with Aphasia might be thinking - and might be trying to tell you.

"I Am Not What Happened to Me" | Real People Living with Brain Injury, Stroke & Aphasia

Brain Injury, Stroke, Aphasia - "It Won't Stop Me"

There are many more people than we realize living every day with some kind of brain injury, from mild to severe. Sometimes you can't tell from the outside; but rest assured, their lives have changed drastically, and they are working very hard to function in our incredibly complex world.

What is Traumatic Brain Injury and Can I Recover From It?

What is the definition of Traumatic Brain Injury?

In medical terms, a Traumatic Brain Injury (aka TBI) is a “non-degenerative, non-congenital insult to the brain from an external mechanical force, possibly leading to permanent or temporary impairment of cognitive, physical, and psychosocial functions.” [Medscape, Dr. Segun Toyin Dawodu, JD, MD, MS, MBA, LLM).

NeuroPerformance Engine™ uses "big data" to personalize speech & cognitive therapy so patients get the precise therapy they need

Every patient starting cognitive or speech rehabilitation therapy is different and requires a personalized therapy regimen, based on who they are, their diagnosis and the progress they are making towards their recovery goals. With the use of “big data"-driven analytics, it is now possible to micro-personalize therapy for patients.

Constant Therapy is an award-winning cognitive and speech therapy app, created for survivors of stroke, brain injury, and other neurogenic disorders.

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