On the Tip of My Tongue: Living With Aphasia

  1. on the tip of my tongue: living with aphasia

    john lost his ability to communicate, his career and much of life that was significant to him. he shares his journey and how he reconnected with himself, other people and god.

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  3. by   SarasotaRN2b
    Thanks, Vickie.

    Although this thread is over a year old, it is a subject that I've been trying to understand better. I've been assigned a pt with expressive aphasia at an ECF and I'm trying to find out the best way that I can communicate with her.

    As an educator, is there a way that I can communicate with her on a more therapeutic level? Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.