Re-learn language after a stroke

Our mission is to help people
re-learn language after a stroke and
to support their speech therapists.


 

Speak . Memorise . Communicate


Memocorby – A multisensory tool for speech therapy to re-learn language for stroke patients with aphasia and people suffering from dementia as well as for children with language problems.

To communicate is a very basic need for all people. Without language you are isolated and it is very hard to communicate even your most basic needs. Neuro-scientific research shows that the best way to re-learn language is by simultaneously stimulating the brain through visual, auditory and haptic stimuli. So, you can see the words, hear the words and grab the words. Tell me more…


A relative of Ulrike Brichta suffered a stroke. In the interview (in German) she talks about her experience with Memocorby.



Dr. Patrick Schöggl MD, Consultant, talks about the advantages of Memocorby. The interview is in German.


“I use Memocorby in speech therapy especially with children with special needs. It offers simultaneously visual, auditive and tactile-kinetic learning stimuli. While it is fun to use it encourages and motivates children to learn. Memocorby is also helpful for speech therapy with patients with aphasia and patients with early signs of dementia.” Gerlinde Ink MSc, Speech Pathologist and Clinical Linguist

Our Team


The two founders of the speech and language therapy tool for kids and toddlers

Elisabeth Dokalik-Jonak


The two founders of the speech and language therapy tool for kids and toddlers

Nikolaus Kerö


The two founders of the speech and language therapy tool for kids and toddlers

Barbara Piplits-Schneider

The team of Memocorby consists of three strong and passionate experts in communication. Our vision is to reduce speech problems for all people in need. Tell me more …

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Patients with language problems

How we support speech therapists

Memocorby makes it easy to individualise therapy, and provides a complete filing system and track record of every patient with just one click.

 


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