Stroke Comeback Center
|Participants:||24 participants with aphasia|
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Darlene S. Williamson, a speech pathologist with over 25 years of experience, recognized that survivors needed personalized communication services – particularly after medical insurance limits have been exhausted. In January 2005, Stroke Comeback Center (SCC) opened its doors as a community services organization for survivors living with aphasia and their families. The Center is now a nationally respected speech/language center practicing the Life Participation Approach to Aphasia. SCC services achieve clearly identifiable improvements in communication and quality of life for persons with aphasia.