A Real Life Story

 

We briefly touched upon the applicability of apps for stroke patients in the past, but here is a story of a person’s real experience with it.

Do any of you use these apps?

Is it something you think our profession should be using more of?

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One thought on “A Real Life Story

  1. marleneslp says:

    I recently purchased an iPhone and I have to say that the aphasia apps that I have downloaded would be very good for certain clients. Clients who need the visual and auditory cues to practice oral movements would benefit from a devices like this (as long as they have the dexterity and coordination). I am very pleased with this device and it was very easy to set up and download the apps which were moslty free.

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