This workbook contains full color large photographs for a variety of exercises to improve expressive language function for people with aphasia. There are photographs of everyday objects with instructions and cues to help increase word finding ability. Photographs of famous places and objects target naming as well as provide a launching point to create discussion and increase conversation skills. The workbook contains safety awareness photographs to help with descriptive language skills as well as tackle new strategies to prevent falls secondary to unfamiliar physical challenges that many stroke survivors encounter. The workbook also contains photo sequences with cues to help increase discussion of steps involved in an action. There are photographs for comparison and discussion of pros and cons of multiple attributes. The final section provides multiple photographs with interesting details to stimulate conversation and improve expressive language therapy either at home or in a speech therapy setting.