"Aphasia is a language disorder that affects the ability to communicate. It’s most often caused by strokes that occur in areas of the brain that control speech and language. Brain injuries resulting in aphasia may also arise from head trauma, brain tumors, or infections. Aphasia does not affect intelligence. Stroke survivors remain mentally alert, even though their speech... Continue Reading →


She crochets while they play with an orange stud sensor and I write about communication support structures. Outside, one of our two raccoons hides his/her* body behind the fence but continues to stare at us from a distance. The heater is noisy, reports sleep on the screen, and our tree shakes its colorful earrings. That's... Continue Reading →

What if…

...you tried to see things from different perspectives in your everyday situations? What if you looked up at faces instead of at your screen?... What valuable learning experiences are you missing for not looking enough? We should all be under construction. We're all becoming... here, now, and throughout. We've got to keep looking.

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