Snap Core First
Aphasia is a language disorder caused by a neurological event, such as a stroke or brain injury, making it difficult to understand the affected person's speech and written words. Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) offers many tools and strategies to support people with aphasia and their communication partners.
This suite of simple-to-use, customizable tools supports people with aphasia and their families, caregivers and therapists with a return towards natural speech and improved participation in daily life.
See how to access the Snap Core First Aphasia Page Set and get an overview of its key features.
The tools in the Aphasia Page Set are designed for ease of use for those who may not have much experience with technology, including:
A grouping of small, manageable words organized by categories and frequency of use that are easy to navigate and customize.
A digital version of pen and paper, the Whiteboard helps people with aphasia benefit from written keywords, drawings and photos - all in one place for ease of access and storage.
A tool for quick communication such as expressing pain or an opinion on a numeric or visual scale. Easy to customize with different sizes, colors and levels of complexity.
A customizable template for rehearsing routine conversation topics before they happen. Scripts can even be spoken out loud at the touch of a button when it’s hard to find the words to say.
We’ve created a set of resources to help spouses, family members and caregivers become better communication partners to the person in their care with Aphasia.
Become a better communication partner by learning helpful strategies in the Aphasia Training Cards.
Understand the topics that are most engaging to a person with Aphasia by taking an inventory of their interests.
Become a more informed therapist or clinical caregiver with a Communication Activity and Therapy Guide for Aphasia.