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Effective Treatment for Aphasia and Brain Injury


We Guide You Through the Steps To Improve Communication


1000's of Speech Improvement Exercises


Special Features
We earn our stars every day! : We earn our stars every day!

  • Used by most major hospitals including Mayo clinic, Cleveland Clinic, University of Michigan and Johns Hopkins
  • More than 16,000 users have improved an average of 78.7% from start to finish
  • Helping people recover since 1981
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Our Lessons For Improving Communication Are Better Than Any Other On-Line Lessons And Here's Why


The reason is that our programs are technologically more advanced than others available on-line. We have many programs that utilize speech recognition (Which means that spoken responses are understood and can be evaluated.)
So why is speech recognition so important? Because most people with aphasia have word recall problems. There is a break down when they attempt verbal communication. For treatment they should work on verbal skills. Our programs with speech recognition do exactly that. Programs from other companies that are not as technologically sophisticated as we are, have to resort to typed responses. Research has shown that if you want to improve a skill, you must practice that exact behavior.

Below is a short video that reinforces that point: ⭣



The Following Video Will Demonstrate Our Solution to Treating Communication Problems in Aphasia and Brain Injury




Benefits For People With Aphasia



Word Finding Problems

If you have word finding problems due to Aphasia, you need treatment programs that actually require you to speak your answers. We are the ONLY company to provide that kind of software. Typing responses sometimes helps. But you need to actually practice speaking to regain speech.

Designed by Professionals

Lessons developed by rehabilitation professionals. Call us for one-on-one consultation. We will provide you with a personalized set of programs.

Technical Support

Our dedicated technical support team can answer questions by phone at 800-727-7681. We can even help you remotely by sharing computer screens.

Largest Selection

We have the largest selection of rehabilitation programs available for aphasia. There are many companies who dabble in treatment software having one or two different programs. But none with the integrated treatment approach that we have.

Economical

Our internet subscription option is economical. Aphasia Treatment at $24.95 per month for individuals. You will have the comfort of therapy in your own home. You can even share your progress with a therapist.

Professional Version

Our Professional aphasia treatment option provides support for therapists starting at $39.95 per month. We track progress for all your patients and allow you to specify which programs they should use.

Desktop or Online

We have multiple aphasia treatment options through the internet or on CD

Personalized

The Parrot Software aphasia treatment program includes tools to help choose which programs are best for you. You will be directed through a personally customized therapy program.

Widely Used

We have multiple aphasia treatment options through the internet or on CDOur programs are used in the rehabilitation departments by almost every major hospital in the United States and Canada

Years of Experience

We have been providing aphasia treatment programs and brain injury treatment programs since 1981.

Testimonials


Cinque Terre
Your tools provided the recollections I needed to return home and continue steps to get back to the world I'd known before my brain damage. After three years at Willow Brook in Michigan, I had completed all the available recovery-training. My last work there with Parrot software was very helpful, and enabled some of the critical recovery steps.
Adam Smith
Cinque Terre
Thank you for Parrot Software. I had a "mild" stroke in September (no muscle involvement), but have struggled with voice instructions. Parrot really has saved the day for me. As frustrating as it is to get it wrong all the time, I've found myself making progress. I also find my speech is improved with this. I can use it when I want, over and over again, and don't have to think about someone getting bored or irritated with me! It's a perfect "app" for the internet. You can go through the menu to see where you're weak:then pick the weak ones and go. It's great. Thanks again.
Nick Harris
Cinque Terre
I want to let you know that I believe that "The Parrot" has helped my brain function during the past months. My wife agrees on this. I had a stroke 2 years and 9 months ago. Last spring, we realized that my executive function aspect was significantly decreased and that I needed to heal more in that area.- We were on Maui at the time that a tidal wave was approaching and I was not able to function quickly. So, as soon as we returned home; I started my subscription to "Parrot Software- we saw improvements within a couple of months. Thank you for your contribution to my healing.
Bob Jones
Cinque Terre
We were introduced to Parrot Software by our son's Speech Language Pathologist while he was at Shepherd Center undergoing rehabilitation after sustaining a moderate to severe TBI. His major speech problem was anomic aphasia. We found Parrot Software to be quite helpful. In November of 2008 we returned home and continued rehabilitation at the local hospital. We introduced Parrot Software to his new SLP. The new SLP was impressed and immediately incorporated the software into her therapy plans. For the most part our son has recovered all of his speech abilities. We tried to take advantage of neuroplasticity early in his recovery by helping and encouraging our son to spend three to four hours a day performing the exercises in Parrot Software and Lumosity. He also spends an hour a day exercising physically. Our son's recovery has been exciting and gratifying. But, there is one area we have not been able to achieve substantial progress.
John George