May 27, 2016 | by Kate Williams
In response to meager public awareness, Lingraphica has partnered with Mediaplanet to help educate the many who are unaware of the plight of aphasia. In collaboration with the American Aphasia Association, a special section dedicated to aphasia will run within the “Stroke Awareness” campaign.
The link between stroke and aphasia is relatively unknown, but through collaboration with industry leaders and influencers, this special section aims to help educate those unaware of aphasia, as well as help those afflicted with aphasia find a better way to live with the language disorder. Lingraphica is committed to improving the quality of life for patients with aphasia by helping them find the right path to their rehabilitation. Their clinical team works with patients, speech-language pathologists and caregivers to help improve the lives of those with speech, language or cognitive deficit.
The print component of “Stroke Awareness” is distributed within this Friday’s edition of USA Today in New York, Los Angeles, North Central Florida, Washington D.C. and Baltimore, with a circulation of approximately 250,000 copies and an estimated readership of 750,000. The digital component is distributed through a vast social media strategy, across a system of top news sites and partner outlets.
Founded in 1990 and based in Princeton, NJ, Lingraphica is an industry-leading health care technology company that provides research-backed products and services for individuals with aphasia, verbal apraxia and other speech and cognitive needs. Its mission is to provide hope for these affected adults with research-backed communication devices, apps, online therapy, teletherapy and ongoing support and resources from its dedicated team of professionals. For more information about Lingraphica’s products and services, call 888-274-2742 or visit the company’s website, Facebook or Twitter.
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