Family Guide to Surviving Stroke & Communication Disorders - Discontinued

Family Guide to Surviving Stroke & Communication Disorders - Discontinued

A comprehensive guide for families of stroke survivors.

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Jones & Barlett Publishers
During the past ten years, scientists and clinicians have concluded that while speech and language therapies are beneficial in the treatment of stroke-related communication disorders, the psychological support provided by friends, family members, and therapists is of the utmost value. The Family Guide to Surviving Stroke and Communication Disorders, Second Edition is a comprehensive guide for families of stroke survivors, speech pathologists and rehabilitation specialists, and counselors who respond to the needs of stroke survivors and their families. Through non-technical terms, case studies, questions and answers, and examples, this book engages all readers on a journey toward understanding, healing, and persevering after a stroke.The Second Edition includes:Murphy's Inner World of Aphasia A new chapter: Profiles in Recovery Updated information about the "big three" stroke-related communication disorders: aphasia, apraxia of speech, and the dysarthrias Improved illustrations of the brain A poem: "The Silent Tongue (aphasia)" by Kathleen Gerety, RN The Aphasic Patient's Bill of Rights Glossary
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