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Karen White MS CCC-SLP, CBIS, LSVT Certified

Greetings!  I have been a speech and language pathologist for 31 years.  Most of my career has been in the outpatient setting (Genesis Medical Center) where I focus my practice on adults with neurological speech, language, and cognitive deficits – such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, concussion, brain tumor, and other progressive neurological diseases.  I see patients in individual treatment sessions and work in conjunction with our day treatment program (Genesis LIFT program) for those patients whose goals include return to school, work, and volunteer status.  Patients with aphasia, primary progressive aphasia, apraxia of speech, cognitive-linguistic impairment, dysarthria, and dysphagia (swallowing disorder) make up my primary caseload.  I am a long standing member of ASHA , am licensed in the state of Iowa, and have certifications in Brain Injury (CBIS) and Lee Silverman Voice Therapy – Loud.  At Genesis Medical Center, we accept private insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid.  Feel free to contact me at our outpatient location – Genesis Physical Therapy and Wellness.  We are located in Bettendorf, Iowa.

You don’t have to do great things; just small things with great love…”  ~  Mother Theresa

Kennestone Neuro Outpatient Rehabilitation

At Wellstar Speech, Swallowing and Voice Therapy Centers, we believe communication and swallowing problems should not limit a person’s functioning and enjoyment of life. Our highly skilled speech language pathologists provide comprehensive speech, swallowing and voice therapy services so we can meet our patients’ needs today and in the future. We are also pleased to offer complimentary support groups including an aphasia support group and aphasia conversation group, available to individuals with aphasia and their families, caregivers, and friends.


Salus University Speech-Language Institute

Offering a customized approach to the assessment and treatment of communication and swallowing disorders using innovative, science-based methods.


At the Speech-Language Institute (SLI), speech-language pathologists provide a wide range of pediatric and adult assessment and intervention services, while providing valuable clinical experience to graduate students in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology. Salus University’s highly-trained clinical faculty provide Primary Care while supervising and mentoring speech-language pathology students as they gain important knowledge on evidence-based practice. Speech-language pathology faculty and students work closely with our clients and their families in order to create treatment plans tailored to each client’s strengths, limitations, and anticipated outcomes, in order to rehabilitate or enhance specific skills.  Both individual and group intervention is employed to maximize the benefits of each plan.

Currently, care that is provided by the faculty and students at SLI is complimentary – without fees to the client or his/her insurance.

The Speech-Language Institute is located on the main campus of Salus University in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania.

The state-of-the-art clinical facility is handicapped accessible, offers free parking, and is accessible by public transportation.

8380 Old York Road, Suite 2100
Elkins Park, PA 19027Salus University Speech-Language Institute
Phone: 215-780-3150

The state-of-the-art clinical facility is handicapped accessible, offers free parking, and is accessible by public transportation.

To schedule an appointment, contact us at the number above or email us at:

[email protected]

For more information about SLI and its services, please visit:

University of Michigan Aphasia Program

UCLL-logo              University of Michigan Aphasia Program  (UMAP) 

UMAP provides intensive, 3-5 week therapy programs catered to every individual and family.

Participants receive 24 hours of speech and language therapy each week, Monday through Friday. Therapy includes individual sessions, group sessions, and technology lab.

All therapy is provided by a team of experienced, certified speech-language pathologists, is evidence-based, and centered around functional goals designed for each individual with aphasia. Music therapy, caregiver support groups, and recreational activities are also offered through the program.

UMAP, established in 1947, has been providing intensive therapy to individuals with aphasia for over 65 years, being one of the longest standing aphasia programs.

RIC Intensive Comprehensive Aphasia Program

RIC provides an intensive, month-long therapy program led by Leora Cherney, PhD, CCC-SLP.

Participants receive 30 hours of speech and language therapy each week, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

All therapy is provided by experienced, certified speech-language pathologists.

Evidence-based therapy, including the latest research from RIC’s Center for Aphasia Research and Treatment.

RIC is the recognized leader in rehabilitation care, having been ranked the “#1 Rehabilitation Hospital in America” by U.S. News and World Report every year since 1991.


RIC Center for Aphasia Research and Treatment

The Aphasia Center at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago offers:

Weekly Aphasia Community Groups and Classes

  • Book Club, Conversation Group, and a variety of other classes to support communication and life participation

Intensive Aphasia Treatment Program

Opportunities to participate in Aphasia Research Studies

Aphasia Treatment Software products for sale

Annual Aphasia Day celebration in June (sample Program)


Tulsa Aphasia Choir

Tulsa Aphasia Choir is an organization geared toward people with aphasia and their caregivers.Singing is beneficial for many people with aphasia, as it taps into undamaged areas of the brain and allows words to be produced more freely than they often are during speech. We will begin rehearsals during the first week of October, 2016, with the goal of performing in early December. Well-known music will be used, and absolutely no musical experience or talent is required! We welcome anyone with aphasia as well as their caregivers to participate. Please contact Sara Bennett by phone, email, or through our Facebook page for more information or to register.

Houston Aphasia Recovery Center: HARC at UH Third Ward

HARC at UH Third Ward is a collaboration between The University of Houston and HARC with the support of The United Way-Houston.

Participants with aphasia communicate together about various current events, news or personal topics of their choice in a supported, interactive


Houston Aphasia Recovery Center: HARC @ UH Magnolia

Grupo de Comunicación en Español

Después de un Derrame Cerebral

Lunes 10:00-11:00 a.m.

Magnolia Multi-Service Center

7037 Capital St.

Houston, TX 77011

Este grupo es para hablantes de español que han sobrevivido un derrame cerebral y tienen dificultad para hablar, entender, leer o escribir (afasia).

El grupo será dirigido por un estudiante de posgrado de la Universidad de Houston del departamento de trastornos de comunicación. Un interprete hablante de español asistirá el grupo. Los participantes tendrán la oportunidad de practicar la comunicación en un ambiente seguro y amable.

Este servicio es gratis.

Para más información, llame al 832-395-3386

Houston Aphasia Recovery Center: HARC en Español

Houston Aphasia Recovery Center (HARC) es una organización sin fines de lucro para individuos con afasia. Ofrecemos programas basados en el lenguaje que proveen varias oportunidades para los participantes con el fin de que se fortalezca la recuperación de su lenguaje en un ambiente de apoyo. Nuestros miembros obtienen la seguridad necesaria para comunicarse, viviendo una vida efectiva con afasia y mejorando la calidad de vida en general.

Horarios :  Programa los viernes

domingo lunes martes miércoles jueves viernes sábado
HARC en español

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m

Como participar


Llame al (713)781-7100. Aprenda sobre HARC en español.

Giras disponibles los días del programa.


Evaluación de habilidades comunicativas para converser.

Orientación para participantes nuevos

Entrenamiento para familiares sobre el apoyo de comunicación. La orientación lo presentara al programa y a otros participantes.

Participe en HARC en español!

Participe en el programa de español los viernes.

Grupo de conversación

  • Conversación en español acerca de varios temas.