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Neuro Rehab Network

Neuro Rehab Network

Speech Therapy Services for Individuals with Aphasia after Stroke and Brain Injury

Julie Rowlett is a Speech Language Pathologist who has worked with individuals with neurologic impairments such as Aphasia for over 15 years. Her private practice, Neuro Rehab Network, utilizes research based treatment approaches to help patients regain function and restore communication skills after stroke and brain injury.  Neuro Rehab Network works with patients and families to understand Aphasia and provide them with strategies to communicate in new ways while making meaningful connections with those around them. Using group and individual sessions both at home, in the therapy office, and in the community, we focus on life participation. We strive to restore confidence, improve coping skills and offer a plan on how to live successfully with aphasia.

Areas of expertise include Primary Progressive Aphasia, Apraxia of Speech, Aphasia, communication groups, and family training.  We are based out of Howard County, MD.  Please contact Julie Rowlett to set up a complimentary phone consultation at 410-645-1001 or at [email protected]

Learn more at:

www.neurorehabnetwork.org

 

 

 

University at Buffalo Aphasia Group

Caroline Lewandowski, MA, CCC/SLP

 

Northwestern Medicine Aphasia Center at Marianjoy

The Northwestern Medicine Aphasia Center at Marianjoy is designed for anyone who is experiencing aphasia and would like to improve his or her communication skills. Led by a speech-language pathologist with expertise in language disorders, small group sessions provide a comfortable and supportive environment for participants to practice their skills through real-life activities. Programming is “club” based and includes: book club, technology club, music club, fitness club, math club, game club, and cooking club. Services are provided on 11-week time frames with clients attending once per week for three hours. The center is located at Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital in Wheaton, IL. Contact Michelle Armour, M.S., CCC-SLP at 630-909-8562 or visit http://marianjoy.org/rehab-technology/MARTI/aphasia.aspx  for details.

Chicago Aphasia Network (CAN)

The Chicago Aphasia Network (‘CAN’) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization in Chicago, IL. We strive to inspire our members to lead meaningful, joyful lives. We believe a strong social support network is an important component of living with a disability. All CAN events are free.

Aphasia Support Group

  • What: Supportive atmosphere for meeting others affected by aphasia. Share your story, meet people, discuss. Occasional workshops and guest speakers. Free coffee and tea.
  • When: Every 1st Saturday, 1:00-2:30pm
  • Where: Gill Park Community Center, 825 W Sheridan Rd., Chicago, 60613
  • Who: Individuals with aphasia, caregivers, and other family and friends. Caregivers are welcome to come solo.

Aphasia Coffee Chat

  • What: Practice speaking in public with a non-judgmental community. This event is led by an individual with aphasia.
  • When: Every 3rd Wednesday, 3:00-4:30pm.
  • Where: Kitchen Sink Cafe, 1107 W Berwyn Ave, Chicago, 60640
  • Who: Individuals with aphasia

 

www.chicagoaphasianetwork.org

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SpeechTherapyNext_SanFrancisco

SpeechTherapyNext (speechtherapynext.com) is a free directory of speech therapists in San Francisco for people in need of speech-language-hearing services including aphasia.  Our providers also offer a range of other speech therapy-related services for conditions such as apraxia, autism spectrum disorders, child speech/language disorders, developmental delays, motor speech disorders, stuttering, dysphagia, voice disorders, and TBI-related help.

SpeechTherapyNext_Boston

SpeechTherapyNext (speechtherapynext.com) is a free directory of speech therapists in Boston for people in need of speech-language-hearing services including aphasia.  Our providers also offer a range of other speech therapy-related services for conditions such as apraxia, autism spectrum disorders, child speech/language disorders, developmental delays, motor speech disorders, stuttering, dysphagia, voice disorders, and TBI-related help.

SpeechTherapyNext_Philly

SpeechTherapyNext (speechtherapynext.com) is a free directory of speech therapists in Philadelphia for people in need of speech-language-hearing services including aphasia.  Our providers also offer a range of other speech therapy-related services for conditions such as apraxia, autism spectrum disorders, child speech/language disorders, developmental delays, motor speech disorders, stuttering, dysphagia, voice disorders, and TBI-related help.

SpeechTherapyNext_Houston

SpeechTherapyNext ( speechtherapynext.com) is a free directory of speech therapists in Houston for people in need of speech-language-hearing services including aphasia.  Our providers also offer a range of other speech therapy-related services for conditions such as apraxia, autism spectrum disorders, child speech/language disorders, developmental delays, motor speech disorders, stuttering, dysphagia, voice disorders, and TBI-related help.

Lynn F. Gabos, M.A., CCC/SLP

 

Lynn F. Gabos, M.A., CCC/SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Glen Mills, PA  19342

610-613-1498

SpeechTherapyNext_Dallas

SpeechTherapyNext ( speechtherapynext.com) is a free directory of speech therapists in Dallas for people in need of speech-language-hearing services including aphasia.  Our providers also offer a range of other speech therapy-related services for conditions such as apraxia, autism spectrum disorders, child speech/language disorders, developmental delays, motor speech disorders, stuttering, dysphagia, voice disorders, and TBI-related help.