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1993

AUTHORS

Walter Huber, Luise Springer, Klaus Willmes

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Approaches to Aphasia Therapy in Aachen

ABSTRACT

Our experience with aphasia therapy has developed in the Neurology Department of the Technical University in Aachen under the direction of Klaus Poeck. Aphasia therapy is provided for both in- and outpatients. Inpatients stay either on acute wards, including intensive care, or on a special aphasia ward. Outpatients are seen either for extensive neurolinguistic and neuropsychological diagnosis at the neurological clinic or for aphasia therapy administered at the school of logopedics. The aphasia therapists cooperate with an interdisciplinary group of researchers including linguists, psychologists, and neurologists. Research on therapy has developed from clinical, diagnostic, and theoretical interests. In the past, we have made several attempts to combine different approaches to a comprehensive treatment regimen (cf. Huber, 1988; Huber, 1991, 1992; Huber, Poeck, & Springer, 1991; Huber & Springer, 1989; Poeck, 1982; Poeck, Huber, Stachowiak, & Weniger, 1977; Springer, 1986; Springer & Weniger, 1980; Weniger,Huber, Stachowiak, & Poeck, 1980; Weniger & Springer, 1989). Furthermore, we have been concerned with methodological issues of therapy research using either single case or group designs (Willmes, 1985, 1990).

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