Monthly Archives: June 2011

June is Aphasia Awareness Month

If you are reading this blog, you have some connection to aphasia, and also, to the relational and reflective process that defines the journey of an aphasia therapist. I cannot think of any better way to explain it, than to share with you this vid… Continue reading

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You stand on the field/no less a hero than they/You are winning life. @Shirlsmor

The Japanese Haiku is a poem of seventeen syllables, formed in three lines of five, seven, and five syllables each. It originated in the Tanka poems of the 9th Century, and evolved over time, perhaps reaching its peak in the work of Basho in the 1… Continue reading

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