New Hope for Aphasia: Reading Aloud Can Help

A new aphasia therapy method promises significant hope for more people. Please find my article in the Bellingham Herald Prime Time magazine about “phonomotor therapy”. For more information, — Aphasia Research Laboratory at the University of Washington: 206-685-2140 or

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One Response to “New Hope for Aphasia: Reading Aloud Can Help”

  1. Sarajane Elizabetty Booth Says:

    After becoming Aphasic, I stopped reading aloud. Too upsetting to hear myself stumble thru words that before had flowed effortlessly. Reading silently was a struggle also, as I read as I spoke.
    As soon as I read that reading aloud could help I began. To read a complete sentense aloud was frustrating. Some days now I am able to read two paragraphs straight thru. I practice reading aloud several times a day….. My speaking had improved. I am more confident.
    Thanks for the information you provide.


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