The Aphasia Resource Center
Boston University, College of Health and Rehabilitation
|Type of Study:||Aphasia group sessions|
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The Toastmasters folder includes 12 videos of speeches. File names give the day and speaker.
6_3 SB_Welcome, Day 1, Client SB from the 2011 BU ICAP welcomes the group.
6_3_LF_Intro, Day 1, Client LF introduces herself to the group.
6_3_RA_Intro, Day 1, Client RA introduces himself to the group.
6_7_BookClub, In this clip, the Book Club is meeting for the first time. In the first part, participants are discussing Mary Roach’s book My Planet, a selection of humorous essays. Members read the text on their iPads while listening to the audio via the Music app or via audio cds. Next, members are discussing phone-based customer service inspired by the essay “42 Minutes and Holding…” Later, members are discussing the essay “Picture Imperfect” and the new generation of television remotes.
6_13 BookClub, Session 2 of 4: In this clip, members are discussing the misadventures of a robotic vacuum cleaner from the essay “Roomba’s Revenge”.
6_25_McDonalds, Session 4 of 4: Members participated in a weekly “In the News” discussion group. In this clip, members discuss an article about the nutritional values of a McDonalds menu.
6_25_Starbucks: Members participated in a weekly “In the News” discussion group. In this clip, members discuss an article about the calorie content of Starbucks beverages.
6_12_Geography: Members participated in daily Wrap-Up sessions to discuss and provide feedback on the day’s treatments. In this clip, clients are reviewing the names of each other’s towns. Earlier in the day, clients engaged in a modified CILT task in which they requested different geographical stimulus targets, including names of hometowns and other geographical areas of significance.
6_27_Awareness: Members participated in daily Wrap-Up sessions to discuss and provide feedback on the day’s treatments. In this clip, clients are discussing an Aphasia Awareness Day event they attended at the Massachusetts State House.
6_26_FinalThoughts: Membersparticipated in daily Wrap-Up sessions to discuss and provide feedback on their “final thoughts” or feedback on the program.