Below, complimentary articles, podcasts, and videos from Herb Silverman:
A Strikefocus Podcast – Episode 22 –
Unmistakably Herb – 2017
Jing (Daniel) Gu
“Don’t look backward… look forward.” In a podcast, the moderator was fascinated as I spoke about “the power of adaptation” and other strategies to create a positive impact. Using examples of my own successful career, I talked to the audience about optimistic and forward-looking aspects.
June is Aphasia Awareness Month, so in that arena, this article focuses on my advocacy and ingenuity between the community of aphasia and the steps to continue our cause.
In the introspective account of how perseverance and a positive attitude can achieve almost anything, even my speech after my stroke…
An awful title, a powerful insight into the scope and impact of aphasia. Ms. Miller and I spoke about my mission to raise awareness about aphasia and, furthermore, my outlook for the community to be cognizant and involved in our cause. As a result, the mayor issued a proclamation, acknowledging June as the National Aphasia Awareness month.
Jacqueline H. Hinckley, PhD – 2007
Herb Silverman and Jacqueline H. Hinckley, PhD
This book addresses the “clinician side” of the therapeutic equation by spotlighting the synergy aspects of clinical work in speech-language pathology and encourages the development of communication skills and attitudes as the clinician gains experience. The method used to explore this topic is autoethnographic narrative, a commonly used tool in other disciplines including medicine – ‘listening to patients’ – and occupational therapy, but thus far rarely explored in speech-language pathology.
I Had Everything I Could Have Wanted & Then Some, Then My Life Went
Aphasia Hope Foundation – 2006
An uplifting article about confidence and consistency dealing with my aphasia. Basically, mind over matter to everyone experiencing change.
Even the reporter said, Mr. Silverman “was ‘stubborn and determined’ and overcame its worst effects.” This story talks about practice and consistency over the long haul…
To be disciplined. To be hungry. To be positive. This article talks about the steps to well-being and commitment from objectives to ultimate success.
This article is for everyone because, whether you have aphasia or not, you learn how to adapt and innovate new solutions. With positive, persistence, perseverance and passion, you will open your mind and unlock the key of well-being and optimism.
As a graduate student and Director of Alumni Relations for Goizueta Business School of Emory University, this article talks about determination and drive to achieve all possibilities.