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TAP Talk – January 2024

Kelsey O’Connor’s presentation is about how to rebuild identity after a brain injury. Kelsey is a former student-athlete and recent social work graduate from North Carolina State University. After having multiple head injuries that ended her athletic-career, Kelsey learned to see others, and herself, for more than what they do and hopes to share this new way of thinking with […]

TAP’s “Write On” Summer 2023 Newsletter

  You will love the latest edition of the TAP Client Newsletter written by the members of the “Write On” Aphasia group.  These clients work with group leader, Abbe Simon, to express their ideas and passions in written mode.  Aphasia doesn’t hold them back… enjoy!! Here it is:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oS_TgWwQ2IyFlKM_FtJcY4QrrxeHqfEs/view?usp=sharing

You’ve got a FRIEND in me…

“My friends…where?”;  “Friends, no…gone!”; “Can’t talk…bye, friend…lonely.”  Speech Language Pathologists working with individuals with aphasia have heard these phrases suggesting that their communication challenges have negatively impacted their ability to maintain friendships or make new friends.  Aphasia and other physical challenges that result from stroke or other brain injury can change the social life, vocational […]

Ready to STRIDE into Fall?

Strides for Speech 2022 is officially “right around the corner”!  The TAP Unlimited team is busy planning an incredible event for you! October 23rd at 11:30am and 12 noon! E. Carroll Joyner Park in Wake Forest! Register NOW and share this event with your family and friends. The goal of Strides for Speech is to support […]

Aphasia on the big screen!

This week saw “Aphasia” in the news, as Gabrielle Giffords, former AZ Congresswoman introduced her long awaited documentary:  “Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down”.  This powerful film chronicles Gabby’s life and her political journey that was tragically cut short by a targeted act of violence in January 2011 that took the life of 6 people and caused […]