Aphasia Inside Out: Reflections on Communication Disability
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Dec 1, 2003 - Social Science - 164 pages
This innovative new book brings together a number of different perspectives on aphasia, a communication impairment that can follow stroke. Contributors reflect on and explore aspects of living with aphasia that have little place in conventional academic discourse. Accordingly, the chapters cover a range of issues, for example aphasia and the Internet, time and poetry.
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Chapter1 Setting the scene
dialogues in and out of language
a matter of control and confidence
more than just the sum of parts
from participation to engagement
Chapter7 Do I have green hair? Conversations in aphasia therapy
Chapter8 Doing less being more
reflections of therapists amd group members on the power and potential of groups
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