9780863775673

Aphasia Therapy File

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  • ISBN13:

    9780863775673

  • ISBN10:

    0863775675

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2001-12-28
  • Publisher: Psychology Pres

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Summary

A practical resource handbook based on speech and language therapy. It presents a collection of explicit descriptions about therapy interventions, rationale for therapy, and evaluation of the outcomes.

Table of Contents

List of contributors
ix
Introduction to the Aphasia Therapy File
1(8)
Aims of the Aphasia Therapy File
2(1)
Criteria for submission
2(1)
About the studies in this volume
3(3)
Acknowledgements
6(1)
References
6(3)
PART I: ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF OUTPUT
Introduction to Part 1: When there's no spoken output
9(4)
Psycholinguistic profiles
9(2)
References
11(2)
Needs, function, and measurement: Juggling with multiple language impairment
13(28)
Deborah Harding
Carole Pound
Introduction
13(1)
Aims of the current therapy study
14(1)
Background issues
14(1)
Assessment
15(1)
Therapeutic intervention
16(13)
Outcome: Language and beyond
29(1)
Social, cultural, and emotional factors in psychosocial transition
30(3)
Acknowledgements
33(1)
Footnote
33(1)
References
33(2)
Appendices
35(6)
Drawing on the semantic system: The use of drawing as a therapy medium
41(20)
Jon Hunt
Background
41(1)
Assessment
42(4)
Conclusions and implications for therapy
46(1)
Therapy
46(10)
Evaluation of therapy and conclusions
56(3)
Emotional and psychosocial aspects
59(1)
Acknowledgements
60(1)
References
60(1)
Increasing effective communication using a total communication approach
61(14)
Richard Lawson
Maggie Fawcus
Introduction
61(1)
Previous speech and language therapy
61(2)
Social history
63(1)
Group therapy
63(1)
Rationale for therapy
64(1)
Treatment strategies
64(4)
Outcomes
68(3)
Acknowledgements
71(1)
References
71(4)
PART 2: WORD RETRIEVAL THERAPIES
Introduction to Part 2: Therapies for word finding utilising orthographic relay strategies
75(4)
Strengths and strategies
75(1)
Outcomes/functional change/generalisation
76(1)
Teasing out stands of therapy and change
76(1)
Intensity of therapy
77(1)
References
77(2)
An intensive strategy-based therapy programme for impaired spelling
79(14)
Jane Mortley
Background to the single case study of MF
79(1)
Assessment
80(1)
The stages in therapy
81(5)
The therapy outcome
86(1)
The therapy process
86(1)
Discussion
87(4)
Conclusions
91(1)
Acknowledgements
91(1)
References
92(1)
Appendix
92(1)
Naming therapy for an aphasic person with fluent empty speech
93(8)
Morwenna White-Thomson
Background
93(1)
Initial observations and assessments
93(2)
Therapy
95(3)
Summary
98(1)
References
98(1)
Appendices
99(2)
A treatment programme for an impairment in reading function words
101(6)
Jenny Sheridan
Language investigations
101(1)
Therapy 1
102(1)
Therapy 2
103(1)
Summary
104(1)
References
104(3)
PART 3: ``BEYOND THE SINGLE WORD'' THERAPIES
Introduction to Part 3: Therapies addressing impairments in processing verbs and sentences
107(4)
References
109(2)
Doing something about a verb impairment: Two therapy approaches
111(20)
Jane Marshall
Introduction
111(1)
Spontaneous speech analysis
112(1)
Verb and noun production
113(3)
The design of the therapy study
116(1)
The first therapy programme
117(6)
The second therapy programme
123(6)
Emotional aspects
129(1)
Footnote
130(1)
References
130(1)
Early stages in treating a person with non-fluent aphasia
131(12)
Alison Greenwood
Introduction
131(5)
Therapy
136(3)
Evaluation of therapy
139(2)
References
141(2)
``Who ends up with the fiver?''---a sentence production therapy
143(8)
Jane Marshall
Introduction
143(2)
Assessment
145(1)
Therapy
146(3)
Evaluation
149(1)
References
149(2)
An informal example of a successful therapy for a sentence processing deficit
151(10)
Kate Swinburn
Introduction
151(1)
Single-word assessment
152(1)
Sentence-level assessment
152(1)
Therapy
153(4)
References
157(1)
Appendices
158(3)
Author index 161(2)
Subject index 163

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