Do you know a stroke survivor who:

  • has difficulty retrieving and saying words?
  • is no longer able to read or write the way they used to?
  • is feeling socially isolated?
  • is motivated to practice using an iPad or computer?
  • needs technology-related options to help speed up progress toward goals?

There are free tech tools, features, apps, and online resources that can help stroke survivors overcome barriers to communication!

Join me for this free webinar to learn how you may be able to help a stroke survivor who has mild to moderate aphasia by taking advantage of new powerful accessibility features and technologies. If you’re trying to figure out how to use a computer, tablet or smartphone to speed up progress toward communication goals, this webinar is for you!

Save your spot for our next webinar – October 17th, 2-3 pm EST.  

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn about features that your devices already have to help improve communication.
  • Explore how apps and technology can make life easier.
  • Discover accessibility tools and tricks that can improve the day-to-day life of people who have aphasia, along with the families and caregivers who help them.
  • Learn about options for online guidance and support.

Save your spot for our next webinar – October 17th, 2-3 pm EST.  

About Joan Green

I am a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist, technology tutor/consultant, private speech therapist, mother of four wonderful young adults, and the founder of Innovative Speech Therapy. My passion is to do all that I can to help families, educators, and clinicians address a wide variety of communication, cognitive, literacy, and learning challenges. Over my years as a speech therapist, I’ve fine-tuned my uniquely effective approach to therapy and professional development. I believe in empowering individuals, families, and professionals through affordable, cutting-edge technologies that many of us already have in our homes, schools, and workplace.

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