Intensive comprehensive aphasia programs (ICAPs) are a relatively new service delivery model for stroke rehabilitation (Rose, Cherney, & Worrall, 2013). The Big Sky Aphasia Program at the University of Montana meets the criteria for an ICAP and has been intentionally designed with clearly defined intensity parameters, a concern for client, caregiver, and clinician perspectives, and a focus on comprehensive therapy that addresses multiple modalities using strategies and recreational opportunities individualized to the patient.
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Off, Catherine A., "The Big Sky Aphasia Program: Patient and Student Training Outcomes" (2015). University Grant Program Reports. 6.