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Center for Aphasia Research & Treatment
The Center for Aphasia Research & Treatment was created in 2001 to respond to the challenge of living with aphasia.
Brett suffered a severe TBI after a skiing accident, but through our AMiCouS Program, daily speech therapy and inpatient care he defied the odds and walked out of the hospital.
Heather experience every now mother's nightmare: a sudden stroke after the birth of her new child. However, with the AbilityLab's help and support of her family, she can now keep up with her son.
Dr. Cherney to serve as chair of Think + Speak Lab within RIC’s new research hospital.
Intensive Aphasia Therapy Program Application
The Intensive Aphasia Therapy Program is open to all individuals with aphasia, but must be at least 18 years old. Invitations will be on a first-come, first-served basis in response to the invitation.
RIC Software Products for People with Aphasia
Just one month after giving birth to a beautiful baby girl, Ashley had two strokes. After being diagnosed with aphasia, she tries to find the right words. At times her husband Matt helps prompt her responses.
A neurophysiologist's journey to recovery after a rare type of stroke.
After having a stroke while running on the treadmill, Emily Rutledge found help from an unlikely source: Georgia, the AbilityLab's therapy dog. Sometimes the best technology is man's best friend.
For Patients and Healthy Volunteers Participating as Research Subjects, and for Researchers
When Igal survived a stroke he was told he would never walk or speak again, But this professor of biomedical engineering work hard through all levels of our unique - punctuated by our Intensive Aphasia Program - to regain his abilities.