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The Caregiver eBook: Home from the Hospital

Caregiving for someone who has just had a stroke (and now has aphasia) can feel like a little ship in a rocky ocean. To help you navigate these new waters, Lingraphica created a FREE eBook, “Home from the Hospital: Caregiving for a Stroke Survivor.” In it, you’ll find tips to help you with doctor’s visits and communicate with your loved one. Download your copy today!

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Equipping Our Caregivers

Whether you have been a caregiver for 20 days or 20 years, finding the support and resources you need to care for someone with aphasia is vital to both you and your loved one. We believe that when you are better equipped for your role, your loved one has a better chance at successful communication. That’s why we’re committed to answering your questions and providing the information you seek as best we can.

If you have specific questions about caregiving or would like to speak with one of our specialists, we encourage you to fill out our form, and we’ll be in touch.

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7 Quick Tips for Communication Partners (and New Caregivers)

Check out our popular blog post, “7 Quick Tips for Communication Partners (and New Caregivers)” for some helpful hints when trying to communicate with someone who has aphasia. You can also download and print the tips sheet to post to a bulletin board or share with others who may find it helpful.

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12 Tips for Successful Communication with a Person Who Has Aphasia

Whether you are a person with aphasia or a loved one/friend, communicating when aphasia is in the mix can be effortful, challenging, and frustrating for all parties involved. In an effort to reduce the number of times these difficult types of interactions occur, Lingraphica has created a one-page downloadable sheet of 12 Tips for Successful Communication with a Person Who Has Aphasia.

Check out our blog post that explains more about how to handle these conversations and to download the tip sheet!

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Aphasia Tips for a Happy and Inclusive Holiday Season

In the busyness of the holiday season, it can be difficult to slow down and recognize the needs of a loved one with aphasia. Between gift-shopping and prepping for holiday activities, the responsibilities of a caregiver multiply, while a loved one with aphasia may want some quiet time to recharge.

Here are 6 Tips for Navigating Aphasia in the Holiday Season for you to download and implement now. We hope these hints help your family to enjoy this season to its fullest!

Download the Holiday Tips Sheet

Join our TalkPath News Facebook Group!

This group, which Lingraphica runs and moderates, is for stroke survivors, people with aphasia, their family members, and professionals who work with survivors. We encourage members to share hope and inspiration, our thoughts, cares, concerns, ideas, jokes, and a few laughs.

We use the Lingraphica tool, TalkPath News, as a springboard for sharing our thoughts on the latest current events. The articles on TalkPath News are written to be aphasia-friendly and to make the news stories easy to understand.

We encourage members to post questions, concerns or feelings about what is on their minds. This is a positive, encouraging group. Join us!

Join the TalkPath News Facebook Group

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