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How Therapy Helps Improve Skills for People with Aphasia, TBI & Learning Disorders

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As research and our understanding of the brain expand, so should therapy for communication and cognitive disorders adapt and adjust to take scientific findings into account.

In the past 20 years especially, research has exploded in the area of communication disorders.  We have found many therapy exercises and tasks that really work and really help. As a field, the big push for clinicians treating communication disorders is to use what's known as evidence-based practice (EBP).  EBP means integrating clinical expertise, patient values, and the best research into the decision-making process for patient care.

Constant Therapy’s tasks are all evidence-based. They were designed using the latest research, specifically for people who are recovering from stroke or traumatic brain injury, or are diagnosed with learning disorders, communication disorders, or dementia.

Constant Therapy's tasks and exercises include feature matching, arithmetic, rhyming, symbol matching, word copy, and picture matching, just to name a few of the 75+ in the app. These exercises are designed to help recover everyday skills lost after stroke or brain injury; for example, following a recipe, comprehending a voicemail, computing a tip at a restaurant, counting out change at the store, reading a map, speaking, writing, paying attention, reading out loud, listening, and so much more.

Download Constant Therapy from the app store and try it for free today.

Topics: Speech-Language Pathology, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Aphasia

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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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