CONTACT THE APTUS SPEECH CLINIC

Email: info@aptusclinic.com

Tel: 087 7055413

GROUP SPEECH THERAPY & WORKSHOPS

SPEECH THERAPY FOR ADULTS DUBLIN & MEATH, IRELAND

 

WORKSHOPS

 

 

Workshops are subject to numbers. If you are interested in any of the following workshops, please make contact and we will let you know availability. 

Conversation Partner Training Workshop (Stroke)      

 

This workshop is for family members of individuals with aphasia following a stroke. It provides an opportunity to meet others who have a loved one with aphasia, to learn more about aphasia and what can be done to best support communication. 

 

 

Conversation Partner Training Workshop (Traumatic Brain Injury)          

 

This workshop is for family members of individuals who have had a traumatic brain injury (TBI). It provides an opportunity to meet others who have a loved one who also had a TBI, to learn more about TBI and what can be done to best support communication. 

GROUP THERAPY

Group therapy is subject to client suitability and numbers. If you are interested in any of the following groups, please make contact and you will be added to a waiting list. 

Writing Group for Aphasia                                  

This group is for individuals with aphasia who wish to improve their writing skills. A range of speech therapy apps and other resources are used. 

 

 

Conversation Group                                                  

This group is for individuals with aphasia with mild to moderate expressive language difficulties. A range of topics are discussed each week including current affairs, favourite food and drinks, travel destinations, hobbies etc. The aim of this group is to build confidence in speaking situations and to have peer support. 

 

LOUD Crowd                             

This group is for individuals with Parkinson's who have had Speak Out treatment. It is a maintenance group that helps individuals keep their voices loud and clear. It also allows for the opportunity to meet others with Parkinson's Disease.