Tag Archives: aphasia

NETA Benefit Night with Lost Voice Guy and Steffan Peddie | Ukelear Radiation

I was not sure whether to post this on my SaLT-Mine blog or my Ukelear Radiation blog.  I went with ukuleles in the end but it would be just as relevant here, particularly the section about my personal experience of Post-Sepsis Syndrome aphasia. See: NETA Benefit Night with Lost Voice Guy and Steffan Peddie | […]

How long does it take to learn to use a MinSpeak-based AAC system?

This blog post contains extracts from a message that I posted to the CM-AAC-Forum in 2009, as one of many contributors to a lengthy discussion about “Icon vs Text Based Communication Systems”. This was was one of several branches of a thread that had originated with a discussion about word prediction software. The question, “How […]

Melodic Intonation Therapy – why such variable results?

I have not found any research that accounts for the huge variability in the reported impact of Melodic Intonation Therapy. If you have, please leave a comment under this post. Melodic Intonation Therapy Research and Practice References There are also some quizzes and other less-academic content in these lists.