School of Health and Human Services

Testimonials

Here is what our participants say:

Stroke survivor with Aphasia “Thank you guys so much for helping me. I want to talk perfect again, thank you guys for helping me talk. It’s [Let’s Talk Again Group] great. Everyone talks, it’s really good.”

- Stroke survivor with Aphasia

“I have learned to talk again. I can converse with others like me.”

- Participant with Progressive Aphasia

Stroke survivor with AphasiaIt’s 6 years, I’ve been 6 years and now its [speech] getting better and better and many, many times better. I thank hospital… It’s [Let’s talk again group] - Just fantastic.”

- Stroke survivor with Aphasia

Participant with ApraxiaI can express myself [in group]. They [the other participants] give me courage to talk.

- Participant with Apraxia

Participant with Progressive AphasiaI like the fun that we have. So far the group has helped me by giving me confidence to talk in a group setting. I enjoy it.

- Participant with Progressive Aphasia

Here is what the student clinicians say:

Jillian“This group has allowed me to grow as a clinician and become more familiar with language impairments. I am acquiring the skills to better promote communication among those who experience difficulty communicating.”

- Jillian

Paula“This is an amazing opportunity for a clinician to broaden their clinical skills by working side by side with others. These are skills that can be carried over to many other areas in the profession.”

    - Paula

Kristen

“The group has taught me to think outside the box when working with people with communication difficulties."

– Kristen

Jess

“This group has improved my clinical skills by enabling me to learn and refine the skills needed to facilitate communication in a group therapy setting with adults who have varying communication impairments and severity levels.”

– Jess

Varshni“As a student clinician, I felt initially that organizing a communication group therapy program for heterogeneous group of individuals (a range of severity levels and communication impairments) would be difficult. But now, working with this diverse group, it has enhanced my scope of practical skills to apply theoretical understanding to appropriate situations”.

– Varshni

Here is what the supervisors say:

supervisors“ We are very fortunate and grateful for the opportunity to serve our community members with communication disorders, and educate our students to excel in providing state-of-the-art clinical services”.

- G. N. Rangamani, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
- Jodel Page, M.S., CCC-SLP

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