The world of communication has been re-opened to stroke victim, Dr Selwyn Beharry who has been able to improve his ability to talk through the ARROW Speech Programme.
According to Dr Beharry, “When I heard about this programme I didn’t hesitate to sign up and within six weeks my speech had improved significantly. Now I am able to communicate better and that has removed the burden of frustration from my shoulders. Because of ARROW, I also saw dramatic improvements in my memory and understanding. I have been able to return to my practice and I feel like I have my life back. I would recommend this programme to anyone who wants to get back their speech and their life.”
Developed over 40 years ago in the United Kingdom by Dr Colin Lane, ARROW stands for Aural - Read - Respond - Oral - Write. The technique is focused on reading, spelling, dictation, speech and listening skills which produce significant results in those who have learning difficulties. The computer-based learning also applies use of the self-voice – a recording of the learner’s own voice – which forms the basis of the multi-sensory learning approach