Tom Sather is an Assistant Professor in the Communication Sciences
and Disorders Department at the University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire.
He continues to work clinically as a speech language pathologist
with adults and families of those with neurogenic, cognitive,
communication, and swallowing difficulties in the critical care,
acute care, and outpatient settings at the Mayo Clinic Health
Systems in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. He earned his Ph.D. at Western
Michigan University's Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Ph.D.
program studying the concept of flow and aphasia.
In today’s episode, you will:
Find out what flow is
Learn how flow applies to people living with aphasia
Learn about the interaction between environment and flow
Hear about the experience sampling method and its applications to
the study of aphasia and the life participation