by Eli | Jul 18, 2017 | Blog Post
Stroke is life-changing.
Stroke Comeback Center depends on private donors to keep the doors open. Our regular fee for members covers only 50% of our costs to provide quality programs. Over 25% of our members attend at a reduced fee.
Stroke Comeback Center 2023 — Skytemple
Watch select videos at home and come together to practice communication skills while discussing global leaders, entertainers, artists, activists, chosen by the group.
Join us for hand-focused fun! An emphasis on fine motor skills and hand strengthening. Class will be tailored to your needs for both the affected and unaffected hand. All levels of mobility/function are welcome.
Have fun improving arm and body range of motion, strength, and flexibility while listening to your favorite music in this upbeat class! All levels of mobility/function are welcome.
Members watch 10-40 minute TED talk or chosen documentary at home then lead related discussions to the content during class time. This class is appropriate for members communicating at the conversation level.
Each week a member chooses a topic and activities to discuss during class, such as short videos or podcasts. This class is appropriate for members communicating at the sentence or conversation level.
Communicate ideas and opinions about pop culture. Think SCC’s version of TMZ! All communication abilities are welcome. Visual supports provided.
Esta clase es para personas a aprender estrategias cognitivas para memoria, atencion, horarios, y usa de tecnologia para organizar la vida despues de un accidente cerebral a traves de lecciones y juegos./This class is for people to learn cognitive strategies for memory, attention, scheduling, and using technology to organize life after a stroke through lessons and games.
This class will improve your ability to spontaneously discuss ideas and practice public speaking skills. This group is for members who want to challenge their language with impromptu discussions of member-selected material from sources such as news articles, podcasts, and TED Talks.
Gentle/adaptive yoga class designed for participants with mobility challenges. Our skilled instructor gets to know each member and will meet you where you are in your yoga practice.
Use pictures that you take weekly as a basis for discussion. All communication abilities welcome!
Members will practice expressive and receptive spelling skills in both written and verbal formats.
For members with apraxia of speech or dysarthria who want to improve articulation and intelligibility. Use Video Assisted Speech Technology (VAST TM) and Mind Over Matter program to work on motor planning.
Group focuses on speech clarity, language use, word retrieval, social interaction, and listening skills at a conversational level.
Group focuses on speech clarity, language use, word retrieval, social interaction, and listening skills at a functional level.
Group focuses on supported conversation of topics of interest using multi-modal communication (writing, gestures, etc.) strategies.
Use your digital camera to photograph and share life events. Focus on presentation and discussion of everyday events using your pictures as support.
Use your iPad or tablet to help you speak, read, and write. For beginner users with significant aphasia and/or apraxia.
Practice communication, comprehension and number skills by playing the Price is Right!
This group is for developing basic reading abilities. Reading material and activities allow members with limited reading skills to participate and enjoy reading again.
For members with apraxia of speech. Introduction to Video Assisted Speech Technology (VAST™) on your iPod, iPhone or iPad in a sequential motor planning program for beginning users.
For members with apraxia of speech. Use Video Assisted Speech Technology (VAST™) on your iPod, iPhone or iPad in a sequential motor planning program.
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