Our Programs and Technology

At AbilityLab, our experts are inventing & testing new technology and techniques to combat the effects of Aphasia. We invite you to see what makes our programs different than the rest.

Intensive therapy programs look at the underlying cause of aphasia

Aphasia Therapy Programs & Classes

Whether you're seeking conversation support or an intensive therapy program, our team can offer the support you need to improve your communication skills.

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A Bright Future Following a Traumatic Brain Injury

Kathy heard the words all parents dread: “There’s nothing we can do; prepare for the worst," after her daughter was struck by a drunk driver.

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Speech Language clinicians work with patients on speech patterns

Aphasia Software

Oral Reading for Language in Aphasia (ORLA®) and AphasiaScripts® a person with aphasia repeatedly reads sentences out loud, together with a speech therapist.

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Aphasia Patient Stories

How We Heal

Inpatients receive world-class care in our Innovation Center from clinicians who specialize in treating the brain; the real “work” of rehabilitation takes place in our Think + Speak Ability Lab.

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Brain Innovation Center

This Center is designed for the care of diverse conditions and promotes brain healing by providing the world’s best medical & nursing supported by our research.

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Think + Speak Lab

Recovering the ability to think, reason, perceive, swallow, eat, talk, interact with others and make decisions are key for returning to yourself, loved ones and life. In this Lab, combined therapeutic care and scientific application help you recover these building blocks of ability.

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Our team of experts are committed to increasing your ability to communicate with your friends, coworkers and family.

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Science-Driven Care

With more than 350 clinical studies underway, access to the world’s best research directly impacts your recovery.

Center for Aphasia Research & Treatment

The Center for Aphasia Research & Treatment was created in 2001 to respond to the challenge of living with aphasia.

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Clinical Trials & Research Studies


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