STIMULATION OF LANGUAGE IN SUBACUTE STROKE (SLISSE)

STIMULATION OF LANGUAGE IN SUBACUTE STROKE (SLISSE)

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY?

The purpose is to test the impact of a new, electrical stimulation treatment on language tasks in adults who have had a stroke.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

Individuals who have had a stroke in the past 3 months

WHAT DO THEY NEED TO DO?

1. Call the Integrace Institute at 410-552-3218 to screen for eligibility
2. Be randomized into a control or intervention group to receive language therapy
3. Agree to study visits from the team at Johns Hopkins University to receive therapeutic treatment
4. Participate in follow up testing

WHO IS CONDUCTING THE STUDY?

Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine

WHO IS FUNDING THE STUDY?

National institute on Deafness and Communication Disorders at National Institutes of Health

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