Communication Disorders Clinic

History Troves to Help Aphasia Patients Regain Language, Speech

Written By: David Janosik | May 14, 2016

Experts discussing archived materials at the Public History Center
Experts discuss archived materials at the Public History Center (photo from the center's website).

The Public History Center in Sanford, Fla., is partnering with UCF’s Aphasia House to create a collection of History Troves designed to help individuals with aphasia tell stories, wrote UCF doctoral student Amanda Hill in a recent blog post.

A History Trove is a sort of curated exhibit used as a tool during therapy sessions with clients at Aphasia House.




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