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Megan Sutton MS


Megan Sutton, CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist and the director and app designer for Tactus Therapy, a leading developer of apps for adult speech therapy. Megan earned a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Boston University after studying linguistics at Rutgers. She has worked passionately with adults with acquired communication and swallowing disorders for over 13 years in inpatient and outpatient settings, specializing in the assessment and treatment of aphasia. Megan is a frequent presenter on the topic of using apps in adult rehab and is a co-author of "Healing the Broken Brain", a book about stroke recovery. Megan is a clinical faculty member of the University of British Columbia and serves as a consultant to several local aphasia programs. She is a member of ANCDS and AphasiaAccess and was the recipient of the 2015 Honours of the Association awarded by BCASLPA.

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Integrating Apps into Aphasia Therapy

Presented by Megan Sutton MS, CCC-SLP

Integrating Apps into Aphasia Therapy

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Offering computer-assisted treatment to people with aphasia is part of best practice guidelines, but technology is changing so quickly, it can be nearly impossible for the busy clinician to keep up and know what to offer. This course will provide you with an overview of the benefits and risks of using mobile apps in aphasia therapy, along with specifics on some of the best options available today. Learn how to find, evaluate, and use apps in a way that supports your clinical practice as well as your clients' recovery.

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Communicate and Connect: Using Technology with Aphasia

Presented by Megan Sutton MS, CCC-SLP

Communicate and Connect: Using Technology with Aphasia

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Aphasia can be a very isolating condition, stripping people of both their communication and their social connections. Speech-language pathologists can help people with aphasia use technology to make gains in quality of life and life participation. This course will show you how to help enhance the communication of your clients, covering both dedicated AAC (augmentative and alternative communication) apps and creative use of built-in apps and accessibility features of mobile devices. Learn how social media, games, and mobile devices can also improve social connection. This course moves beyond impairment-based therapy to look at the way technology can help our clients in their everyday lives.

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