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The Aphasia Therapy File
296 pages
The Aphasia Therapy File

This second volume continues to explore the possibility of bridging the gap between therapy in a clinical setting and the practical issues faced by the person living with aphasia.

Aphasia and Its Therapy
336 pages
Aphasia and Its Therapy

This is the first single-authored book to attempt to bridge the gap between aphasia research and the rehabilitation of patients with this language disorder.

Aphasia Therapy Workshop, Current Approaches to Aphasia Therapy - Principles and Applications
224 pages
Aphasia Therapy Workshop, Current Approaches to Aphasia Therapy - Principles and Applications

Current Approaches to Aphasia Therapy - Principles and Applications Jacqueline Stark, Nadine Martin, Ruth B. Fink. We will illustrate what we mean by suggesting what the principles of social model practice might look like when applied to any " impairment-focused" or "socially focused" therapies3 as well as to other types of activities. 1. Equalising the social relations of service delivery People with aphasia have the inside knowledge of what that impairment feels like, their own ...

Aphasia Therapy, Historical and Contemporary Issues
192 pages
Aphasia Therapy, Historical and Contemporary Issues


The Sciences of Aphasia, From Therapy to Theory
286 pages
The Sciences of Aphasia, From Therapy to Theory

It is now widely expected that scientific evidence and theory should be used to describe aphasia and aphasia therapy. This book provides review chapters on controversial research and clinical issues in aphasia and aphasia therapy.

Aphasia Therapy - News


What Is Aphasia?
What Is Aphasia? Jagodzinski's trouble communicating was caused by aphasia, a language impairment usually triggered by a stroke that damages the left side of the brain, which is the part associated with communication skills. Aphasia can range from very mild to profound

New hope for patients with primary progressive aphasia
"When I realized the patient had PPA, I ran to the rehabilitation literature thinking that he needed to start some sort of therapy. I ran a search and came up with nothing. Absolutely nothing," says Jokel. "That's when I thought, 'It's time to design

UMaine Speech Therapy Telepractice Program
UMaine Speech Therapy Telepractice Program Aphasia is a disruption in language skills. The couple lives in rural Western Maine, but thanks to speech therapy telepractice services at the University of Maine's Department of Communication Services & Disorders Conley Speech and Hearing Center, Dick 

Samsung's Wemogee App Uses Emoji as Speech Therapy
Samsung's Wemogee App Uses Emoji as Speech Therapy "The aphasic patients understand emojis because they represent all aspects of the emotions," Francesca Polini, a speech therapist and professor at the University of Milan, said in a statement. "At the end of the communication, it's useful to have a

New intervention brings hope to patients with primary progressive aphasia
For the study's next steps, Dr. Jokel has received support from a Brain Canada-Alzheimer's Association partnership grant to assess the therapy's impact on the language skills of PPA patients. With support from the Ontario Brain Institute, she is also