Speech After Stroke : a Manual for the Speech-Language Pathologist and the Family Member.

By: Stryker, Stephanie
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Springfield : Charles C Thomas Publisher, LTD, 1981Edition: 2nd edDescription: 1 online resource (446 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780398081744; 0398081743Subject(s): Cerebrovascular disease -- Patients -- Rehabilitation | Speech therapy | Vascular Diseases | Brain Diseases | Language Disorders | Cardiovascular Diseases | Communication Disorders | Central Nervous System Diseases | Nervous System Diseases | Disease | Neurobehavioral Manifestations | Neurologic Manifestations | Cerebrovascular Disorders | Speech Disorders | Aphasia | Signs and Symptoms | Pathological Conditions, Signs and Symptoms | MEDICAL -- Neurology | Cerebrovascular disease -- Patients -- Rehabilitation | Speech therapyGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Speech After Stroke : A Manual for the Speech-Language Pathologist and the Family Member.DDC classification: 616.8/1 LOC classification: RC388.5.S86 1981Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Half title: speech after stroke; title page: speech after stroke; acknowledgments; foreword; contents; preface; introduction; section i: comprehension of the spoken word; section ii: imitative ability and articulation drills; section iii: vocabulary recall, grammar and syntax; section iv: reading development skills; section v: writing development skills; index; about the author.
Summary: By Stephanie Stryker, Private Practice, Miami Beach, Florida. With a Foreword by Jon Eisenson. Now in its Second Edition, this clinically proven manual offers practice materials for stimulating speech and language recall in brain-injured patients. New articulation and math exercises have been added as have higher level reading materials for mildly impaired patients. Throughout the book, materials have been redeveloped and expanded to increase their effectiveness. Large print and easily readable type facilitate learning and help those with reduced visual acuity. Five main sections provide illus.
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Half title: speech after stroke; title page: speech after stroke; acknowledgments; foreword; contents; preface; introduction; section i: comprehension of the spoken word; section ii: imitative ability and articulation drills; section iii: vocabulary recall, grammar and syntax; section iv: reading development skills; section v: writing development skills; index; about the author.

By Stephanie Stryker, Private Practice, Miami Beach, Florida. With a Foreword by Jon Eisenson. Now in its Second Edition, this clinically proven manual offers practice materials for stimulating speech and language recall in brain-injured patients. New articulation and math exercises have been added as have higher level reading materials for mildly impaired patients. Throughout the book, materials have been redeveloped and expanded to increase their effectiveness. Large print and easily readable type facilitate learning and help those with reduced visual acuity. Five main sections provide illus.

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