Our DVDs give you access to unlimited aphasia therapy at home for less than the price of one therapy session.
The average aphasic person who lives at home receives about two hours of speech therapy per week. Recent research indicates that it takes at least eight hours of therapy per week to show continued progress.
That’s a lot of hours, and the costs add up quickly. With our DVD program, you could receive countless hours of clinical therapy at home for less than the cost of one outpatient session.
For more than 10 years, our DVDs have given thousands of people access to unlimited aphasia therapy at home.
Our programs utilize auditory stimuli (hearing the words), visual stimuli (seeing the words written on the screen) and repetition to help with word retrieval.
We’ll help you find the right level of treatment for you or your loved one. Here are our three approaches to therapy:
For those with moderate to severe expressive aphasia. This means the person has difficulty saying single words.
For those who have moderate expressive aphasia. These exercises specifically focus on putting 2-5 words together into short phrases.
For people with mild to moderate aphasia. These exercises focus on the viewer putting words together into complete sentences.
Questions? We'd love to talk to you.
If you aren’t sure which level to choose, we’re happy to help. Call 888-204-6020.
This is what others have said about our programs:
“I have ordered all your DVD’s for my wife. My wife is Aphasic from a bad Hemorrhagic bleed in the brain (stroke) about 3 years ago. We have had in home and out patient speech therapy for the 1st 2 years with very little success… Then I bought your DVD’s as they came out and added every new one that you made after that. We have all of them now (6). I just can’t tell you how much these have and are helping her. It is amazing!!
Her favorite of all of them is Objects & Actions, Level 2. She just took off with this one. All the therapy that we took in those 2 years was once a week for about 40 min. at a time (supposed to be 1 hr.), but by the time all the traveling, talking and paperwork and hoo ha was done, it turned out to be about 40 min. each time So, 40 min. a week didn’t give her a lot of therapy. We now play these DVD’s at our convenience and we can do as many a day as we want.”
- Jack S. from Willis, TX
“I am a speech-language pathologist that provides face-to-face aphasia therapy to stroke survivors and brain injury victims.
I have a strong passion for working with these individuals, and my personal mission is to make their road to recovery easier.”
- Kimberly Robbins, M.A., CCC-SLP
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Stroke survivors can maximize their recovery by continually practicing these basic exercises. We know our DVDs will help you or your loved one show progress in recovering from aphasia.Choose a therapy level next