Acquired reading difficulty (medical term: "alexia") is very common after a stroke or brain injury.
This page is for people with aphasia who are able to read single words and short sentences.
These materials use repetition, pictures, and phonetic words to build confidence and encourage decoding based on sound-letter correspondence.
TARGET: Use this book to read and write simple, repetitive sentences.
Be Kind was written by a stroke survivor and a speech therapist at Atlas Aphasia Center. During their therapy sessions, Liz and Bri saw a need for simple, repetitive, decodable stories for adults who are re-learning to read. It is a short story about nature and kindness.
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