Resources

Other Intensive Aphasia Programs in the United States

Resources at the University of Montana

Resources in Montana and the Mountain West

National Resources

Online Support

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Recommended Reading

  • THE APHASIA HANDBOOK, Compiled by and availble through the National Aphasia Assocation
  • RETURN TO ITHACA, by Barbara Newborn Rockport
  • MY STROKE OF INSIGHT: A BRAIN SCIENTIST's PERSONAL JOURNEY, by Jill Bolte Taylor
  • A STROKE OF GENIUS: MESSAGES OF HOPE AND HEALING FROM A THRIVING STROKE SURVIVOR, by Sandy Simon
  • BY HIS SIDE, by Eileen Steets Quann
  • MY STROKE OF LUCK, by Kirk Douglas
  • I HAD BRAIN SURGERY, WHAT'S YOUR EXCUSE, by Suzy Becker
  • THE MAN WHO MISTOOK HIS WIFE FOR A HAT AND OTHER CLASSIC TALES, by Oliver Sacks
  • THE DIVING BELL AND THE BUTTERFLY, by Jean-Dominique Bauby
  • APHASIA INSIDE OUT: REFLECTIONS ON COMMUNICATION DISABILITY. edited by Susie Parr, Judy Duchan and Carole Pound
  • HOW TO CONQUER THE WORLD WITH ONE HAND...AND AN ATTITUDE, by Paul Berger
  • OVER MY HEAD: A DOCTOR'S OWN STORY OF HEAD INJURY FROM THE INSIDE LOOKING OUT, Claudia L. Osborn
  • STRANGER IN THE MIRROR: A TRUE STORY OF STROKE SURVIVAL AND TRANSFORMATION WRITTEN WITH INSIGHT, COMPASSION, AND HUMOR FOR BRAIN INJURY SURVIVORS AND THEIR FAMILIES, by Michael Edward Little
  • LEFT NEGLECTED, by Lisa Genova
  • THE BRAIN THAT CHANGES ITSELF: STORIES OF PERSONAL TRIUMPH FROM THE FRONTIERS OF BRAIN SCIENCE, by Norman Doidge