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By react2 admin
03/06/2016 11:02:58 AM



We found this excellent blog post written in conjunction with http://www.differentstrokes.co.uk/ that sheds some light on the hidden challenges that some stroke survivors encounter at airports and when flying.

It contains the thoughts from stroke survivors and their experiences of flying after a stroke.

 

Read the blog post here

By react2 admin
20/11/2015 11:23:17 AM



React2 has been nominated for the second year running for the Sustained Partnership Award with Queen Margaret University (QMU) at the Interface Excellence Awards 2014.   Developments with with QMU in 2014 have included:   The React2Sentences

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By react2 admin
12/03/2014 01:25:30 PM



We are pleased and proud of the update to the React2 website. The new site includes a brand new animation that explains "What is React2" on the homepage. Generally we have tried to make the site more accessible on a tablet and have an overall clean look and

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By react2 admin
06/12/2013 04:31:35 PM



React2 was shortlisted for the Sustained Partnership Award with Queen Margaret University and the team attanded the Awards Ceremy at the prestigious Edinburgh Assembly Rooms. Although we did not win the award it was a great honour to be nominated from the huge number

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By Tricia Mitchell
13/08/2013 03:54:30 PM



When I heard about Andrew Marr’s serious stroke back in January this year, my first reaction was to hope that his speech, language, memory or cognition wouldn’t be affected. As a speech and language therapist, I was only too aware of how this co

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By react2 admin
17/06/2013 12:54:13 PM



  After experiencing a stroke or head injury, a patient may develop problems with semantics, which can be improved with speech therapy. These issues can also affect those with learning difficulties, cognitive communication impairments and those on

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By react2 admin
28/05/2013 04:46:41 PM



  Following a stroke or brain injury, it is common for the patient to experience problems with memory, which can be affected in several different ways by such a trauma:   Verbal memory loss - causing problems with recall of names, stories or

...
By react2 admin
03/05/2013 11:38:42 AM



    May is The Stroke Association's stroke awareness month so we are focusing this blog on the cause of this debilitating illness that affects over 150,000 people every year in the UK.                

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By react2 admin
27/02/2013 11:38:43 AM



  Conditions such as aphasia, autism, dementia, learning difficulties or a brain injury can cause problems in dealing with everyday tasks such as handling money, reading menus and telling the time. These problems are commonly referred to as “Life Skill

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By react2 admin
11/02/2013 04:19:42 PM



  People with autism are just some of those who can be helped by react2.com, but what is autism and how does it affect a person’s speech and language abilities?   Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome are both part of a range of related dev

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blog

By react2 admin
03/06/2016 11:02:58 AM
 
Flying after having a stroke

We found this excellent blog post written in conjunction with http://www.differentstrokes.co.uk/ that sheds some light on the hidden challenges that some stroke survivors encounter at airports and when flying.

It contains the thoughts from stroke survivors and their experiences of flying after a stroke.

 

Read the blog post here

By react2 admin
20/11/2015 11:23:17 AM
React2 has been nominated for the second year running for the Sustained Partnership Award with Queen Margaret University (QMU) at the Interface Excellence Awards 2014.   Developments with with QMU in 2014 have included:   The React2Sentences...
By react2 admin
12/03/2014 01:25:30 PM
We are pleased and proud of the update to the React2 website. The new site includes a brand new animation that explains "What is React2" on the homepage. Generally we have tried to make the site more accessible on a tablet and have an overall clean look and...
By react2 admin
06/12/2013 04:31:35 PM
React2 was shortlisted for the Sustained Partnership Award with Queen Margaret University and the team attanded the Awards Ceremy at the prestigious Edinburgh Assembly Rooms. Although we did not win the award it was a great honour to be nominated from the huge number...
By Tricia Mitchell
13/08/2013 03:54:30 PM
When I heard about Andrew Marr’s serious stroke back in January this year, my first reaction was to hope that his speech, language, memory or cognition wouldn’t be affected. As a speech and language therapist, I was only too aware of how this co...
By react2 admin
17/06/2013 12:54:13 PM
  After experiencing a stroke or head injury, a patient may develop problems with semantics, which can be improved with speech therapy. These issues can also affect those with learning difficulties, cognitive communication impairments and those on ...
By react2 admin
28/05/2013 04:46:41 PM
  Following a stroke or brain injury, it is common for the patient to experience problems with memory, which can be affected in several different ways by such a trauma:   Verbal memory loss - causing problems with recall of names, stories or...
By react2 admin
03/05/2013 11:38:42 AM
    May is The Stroke Association's stroke awareness month so we are focusing this blog on the cause of this debilitating illness that affects over 150,000 people every year in the UK.                 ...
By react2 admin
27/02/2013 11:38:43 AM
  Conditions such as aphasia, autism, dementia, learning difficulties or a brain injury can cause problems in dealing with everyday tasks such as handling money, reading menus and telling the time. These problems are commonly referred to as “Life Skill...
By react2 admin
11/02/2013 04:19:42 PM
  People with autism are just some of those who can be helped by react2.com, but what is autism and how does it affect a person’s speech and language abilities?   Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome are both part of a range of related dev...
Pages 1/3    next