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A new stretchable electronics has been found for stroke recovery treatment which has proven to be a game changer. A groundbreaking new wearable designed to be worn on the throat could have been developed in the field of stroke rehabilitation in the Northwestern University. The new technology’s sensor is the latest in Professor John A. Rogers’ growing portfolio of stretchable electronics that are precise enough for use in advanced medical care and portable enough to be worn outside the hospital, even during extreme exercise.

Rogers’ sensors stick directly to the skin, moving with the body and providing detailed health metrics including heart function, muscle activity, and quality of sleep. “Stretchable electronics allow us to see what is going on inside patients’ bodies at a level traditional wearables simply cannot achieve”, Rogers said. “The key is to make them as integrated as possible with the human body.”

Rogers’ new bandage-like throat sensor measured patients’ swallowing ability and patterns of speech.

Aphasia The Movie - Bookshelf


Agrammatic Aphasia, A cross-language narrative sourcebook
1985 pages
Agrammatic Aphasia, A cross-language narrative sourcebook

Et après coor adv And after And after une fois [le] [film] fini art N [art] [N] V one time [the] [movie] ended once was over, le film fini j'ai art N V pro aux the movie was over I have the movie was over, I have, je suis pro v I am I am, étais dans la chambre de mon fils pro v prep art N prep det I be:IMPF in the bedroom of my son N I was in my son's bedroom pour l' embrasser et ça prep cli V coor pro to him kiss and that to kiss him and that m a pris là/ cli aux V adv myself have:AUX PERF take ...

Non-fluent Aphasia in a Multilingual World
212 pages
Non-fluent Aphasia in a Multilingual World

(9) (9a) (9b) (9c) (9d) Et après and after 'And after' une fois [le film] fini one time [ the movie] ended 'once was over/ le film fini j'ai the movie ended I have 'the movie was over, I have/ je suis I am 'I am/ j'étais dans la chambre demon fils pour l' embrasser I be:IMPF in the bedroom of my sonto him kiss 'I was in my son's bedroom to kiss him' et ça m' a pris là/ and that me have:ΛUX PERF take:PAST PART there 'and that hit me there.' Ex: What happened to you there? (10) (11) ( 11a) (11b) ...

Portrait of Aphasia
120 pages
Portrait of Aphasia

It was in the spring of 1965, about one year after the first stroke, that Betty evidenced an interest in seeing a movie. Not just any movie, but a particular movie she had seen advertised in the newspaper. "Mary Poppins" conjured up pleasant memories of a little girl's book; and with Julie Andrews as the vocal star it was not surprising that Betty should show an enthusiasm for seeing this picture. I could not be certain how well she would follow the dialogue, but I was sure that the music ...

Anomic Aphasia
54 pages
Anomic Aphasia

Our family just did a Harry Potter movie marathon.), so if you're reading this, you' re cutting open my head and drinking my soul. It was my mom who read some (all ) of my stuff and said, “how about you publish your poems?” and at first I wasn't for it, because of the whole “nobody can see my poems” thing. But my mom's got mind control powers (yes, be careful) so I ended up doing it, and now I'm so excited for this to be published that I can't even type properly. So. Moms are great .

Augmentative and Alternative Communication for Adults with Aphasia
174 pages
Augmentative and Alternative Communication for Adults with Aphasia

Participant with aphasia: (Shook hand in the air.) The code ''VOEF'' was used if the participant communicated by producing sounds and communication was effective, as illustrated by the following example: The code ''VOIE'' was used if the participant communicated by producing sounds and communication was ineffective, as illustrated by the following example: Conversational partner: What is your favorite movie? Participant with aphasia: (Moaned.) The code ''NRIE'' was used if the ...

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The Horn Will Not Blow at Midnight, But Every Other TV Special Will
The Horn Will Not Blow at Midnight, But Every Other TV Special Will What kind of world makes us sit through Dick Clark's loathsome post-stroke aphasia during every New Year's Eve special from now until the End Time out of some misguided notion of tradition? The movie is a freakin' tradition. And no station is