News: Aphasia House

UCF’S Aphasia House in the Spotlight

Written By: WFTV | April 13, 2022
UCF’s Aphasia House in the spotlight. Being diagnosed with aphasia is a life-changing event. The loss of your ability to communicate can affect every aspect of your life. Speech therapy...

More Than Words

Written By: Nicole Dudenhoefer ’17 | March 15, 2022
UCF’s Communication Disorders Clinic provides essential training for its graduate students and critical services to the local community. Nearly two years after Steve Abendschein suffered a stroke, his wife, Tara,...

Aphasia House Welcomes Back Friday-Only Club Members

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | January 28, 2022
Friday Only Club is back at UCF’s Aphasia House! The therapeutic support group for persons with aphasia (included during included during comprehensive aphasia treatment program; $10/week after) began meeting in-person...

Aphasia Family Connects UCF Students with Central Florida Aphasia Community

Written By: Drexler B. James '13 | June 28, 2021
The Aphasia House, an outpatient clinic under the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, provides a comfortable place for patients with aphasia to receive treatment and find a community home....

Clinical Spotlight: Amy Engelhoven Develops Online Intensive Therapy Services to Meet Needs of People with Aphasia During the Pandemic and Beyond

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | June 24, 2021
When Amy Engelhoven, director of UCF’s Aphasia House, came to UCF in 2017, she said one of her goals for the program was to increase telehealth for patients with aphasia,...

Clinic Updates for COVID-19

Written By: David Janosik | August 28, 2020
In compliance with UCF’s response to COVID-19 concerns, our clinics have made the following changes: UCF Communication Disorders Clinic Our clinic is open for patients at limited capacity and by...

How Wade Cole Got His ‘Sparkle’ Back at Aphasia House

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | May 12, 2020
When Wade Cole, a college honors student, called his mother, Stephanie, on that cold morning in January 2015 to tell her that his headache was back, she knew something was...

Harnessing Power: UCF’s Aphasia House and Knights on the Go Café is helping people like Larry Lentz Jr. improve their mobility, language and social skills.

Written By: David Janosik | April 1, 2020
Not all heroes wear capes. Sometimes, they wear harnesses. When Larry Lentz Jr. wears his harness in the Knights on the Go Café, he glides from cash register to refrigerator, serving...

UCF Aphasia House Named Southeast Research Hub for Patient-Centered Outcomes Project

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | February 28, 2020
UCF Aphasia House  has been selected as one of four aphasia research incubator hubs throughout the country, representing the southeast region. The opportunity comes as a result of a collaboration...

Belgium Students Complete Externship at Aphasia House

Written By: Drexler B. James '13 | February 27, 2019
Fiebe Cuvelier and Maud De Craemer are two students visiting from VIVES University in Belgium for a six-week externship program in the School of Communications Sciences and Disorders. The students...

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