Ask a Question

1. Select the group that most aligns with your question.

2. Post your question inside of the group. If you would like to get a response from a Clinical Guide within 36 hours, be sure to tag them.

Question guidelines:
Provide context, including what you have been trying in therapy, what has worked, what hasn’t worked, and what your ideas are.

Be honest about your specific stuck point. Why are you reaching out? In what specific way do you need help in order to move forward?

Tag one of the Clinical Guides if you want an answer from them. If you do not tag a Clinical Guide, your question may be answered by anyone on the platform.


Do not ask extremely open-ended questions, such as, “How do I treat anomic aphasia?”

Do not provide vague, generalized stuck points, such as, “No one taught me how to treat this. What do I do?”

Do not expect a response from a Clinical Guide within 36 hours if you have not tagged them.

Do not include a patient’s personal information or photos.

You're also welcome to post in the group without tagging a Clinical Guide if you'd like responses from all members of the community or just want to share a story, meme, or thought!

To quickly see what @usernames a Clinical Guide has, tap the information button at the top of the group page.

You can also use this as a quick reference:

Aphasia/fluency/motor speech

Cultural competency

DME/assistive tech/AAC
SLP: @jessicabrown
OT: @jasminsolomon



Hearing/auditory processing

Home modifications/adaptations

Mental health

Neuro rehab (TBI, CVA, SCI)
SLP: @ginavandeusen
OT: @meganwilkinson
PT: @markdavison


OT: @emiliadewi
SLP: @jeromequellier

Pain management
PT: @meganwilkinson
OT: @rosseckstein

Progressive neurogenic disorders (NDD)
SLP: @kelleybrown
OT: @nancyyamoah
PT: @troyadam


Seating and mobility

Sports and physical performance


Vision/vestibular rehab
PT: @helenaesmonde
PT: @shanatownsend
OT: @lizyoungman


Women’s health