PUBLICATION DATE

2014-06-01

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Impairment and Functional Interventions for Aphasia: Having it All.

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2

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2

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ABSTRACT

Aphasia, a cognitive-linguistic disorder secondary to stroke, is a frequent and often chronic consequence of stroke with detrimental effects on autonomy and health-related quality of life. Treatment of aphasia can be approached in a number of ways. Impairment-based approaches that focus on training a specific linguistic form can be implemented. Additionally, functionally oriented intervention such as supported conversation and aphasia groups are also frequently utilized when providing a treatment program for an individual with aphasia. Creating a treatment approach that includes both impairment and functional methodologies and considers how these relate to the three domains proposed by the International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health (ICF)-body functions and structure, activity, and participation-can provide an individual with aphasia an optimal treatment program that is person-centered and multi-faceted.

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