Communication for Everyday Situations
“Comprehensive tool to support everyday conversations and expression of needs/thoughts” (quote from speech and language therapist)
- For people with aphasia, their families and carers, SLT students and professionals, communication groups, volunteers and anyone else supporting a person with aphasia
- Packed with communication prompts covering a wide range of conversation topics
- Use on a computer, laptop, tablet computer, mobile phone, or print it
- Compiled by a highly experienced speech and language therapist
44 colourful pages of resources, including maps, calendars, times, days, appointments, pets, colours, interests, sport, music and much, much more (see sample pages below) – view table of contents.
Our booklet was compiled through the generous time and work of our trustee Anne Watson, a speech and language therapist and group facilitator at City Lit Adult Education College in London, where it is used in communication group settings, both on tablet computers and in printed form. We are extremely grateful to Anne for creating it!
How to get your copy
To support our running costs and enable us to create more fantastic resources like this, we ask for a small donation.
|People with aphasia, their families and carers:||£5|
|Students, support groups and universities:||£10|
|Health professionals (includes permission to make copies for use within your organisation):||£20|
1. Either make your donation here (opens on separate website) or email us on email@example.com to request an invoice and make a bank transfer
2. Then email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know and we will email you your copy and a receipt
Guide to GDPR for people with aphasia
The GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, is a new set of rules designed to protect your privacy. It came into force on 25th May 2018 across Europe and is now law.
See below for link to download the guide we have put together explaining in a clear and easy to understand way what the new privacy regulations mean and how they affect your rights.
We have created this guide for the benefit of people with aphasia. To support our running costs and enable us to create more guides like this, we ask for a small donation of £5.00 towards our costs.
We hope you find the guide useful!
With best wishes from the AphasiaTEC team