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The Aphasia Software Finder has information about apps and software programs in the English language for people with aphasia. This also includes general apps and software, and links to research and other resources. Click on the logo to find out more. NEW: start by watching this video which shows you how to use the Aphasia Software Finder.
Florida-based Voices of Hope for Aphasia’s new 2017 guide to Apps for Aphasia is a brilliant source of general advice and aphasia app information.
My-therappy is a joint venture created by stroke and brain injury survivors “helping you find the right app after a Stroke or Brain Injury”, with honest feedback and ratings.
An excellent guide to using Apple devices from aphasiafriendly.co.
Dyscover’s comprehensive guide to using your iPad with lots of helpful pictures and step-by-step instructions.
A guide from Apple to assistive features of iPads.
A guide to turning e-books into audio books from the National Aphasia Association.
A guide to accessibility features in Microsoft’s products.
The Stroke Association’s Guide to making writing aphasia-friendly.
The CIT CEN Toolkit website has solutions for SLTs using technology as part of therapy.
The Aphasia Impact Questionnaire is a tool to measure and explore the impact of acquiring and living with aphasia.
Lots of free aphasia-friendly resources from aphasiafriendly.co.
Download our aphasia-friendly guide to GDPR.
There are several photo libraries, free for commercial use. These include Pixabay,which doesn’t require photos to be credited back to them, unsplash.com, morguefile.com and compfight.com. These are free but a note of warning – check carefully whether they require you to link back to their website to credit them when using and avoid the sponsored images which appear at the top of the search results which are not free.