Interpersonal Communication 101

Everybody thinks they can communicate since they know the language, but that’s not necessarily the case. Communication is more than just talking; it’s also about being understood and understanding another person. Good communication skills are important for every human on the planet, but it’s crucial for both sides in a caregiving/receiving situation. I believe one (more…)

Support Groups, Technology, & Aphasia

Many thanks to Lou Nash of the Edmonds Support Group for sharing updates and articles of interest. In a recent newsletter Lou sent my way was an interesting piece about aphasia. Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder that impairs a person’s ability to process language and occurs as a result of stroke or TBI. Aphasia (more…)