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DATE

1996

AUTHORS

Lesley Jordan , Wendy Kaiser

ABSTRACT

In Chapter 2 people affected by aphasia described their lives, showing both what a devastating disability aphasia can be and the capacity of many people affected by it to find and enjoy a new way of life. In subsequent chapters we have explained, in so far as is possible, the nature of aphasia and considered the main services with which aphasic people are likely to come into contact. Chapter 8 explored some parameters for the practice of aphasia therapy based on the social model of disability. It is now time to turn once again to aphasic people’s lives as a whole. Our aim in this final chapter is to identify strategies that can help maintain or improve the quality of aphasic people’s experience of life across the whole spectrum. Our discussion is necessarily wide ranging, reflecting the number and diversity of factors that impinge on quality of life. More... »

PAGES

160-186

Book

TITLE

Aphasia — A Social Approach

ISBN

978-1-56593-197-8
978-1-4899-3434-5

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