COPYRIGHT YEAR

1996

AUTHORS

Wendy Kaiser, Lesley Jordan

TITLE

What is aphasia therapy?

ABSTRACT

Therapy is not a prescribed response to aphasia but rather a range of aims and strategies initiated usually by a speech and language therapist to aid an aphasic person to overcome the aphasia. Therapy can be a complex, multifaceted series of tasks and activities carried out between aphasic patient, therapist, relative and sometimes volunteer or friend. To understand these tasks and their aims as traditionally conceived by speech and language therapists, it is helpful to use the conceptual framework of impairment, disability and handicap. These terms have been extensively discussed in their application to physical impairments but discussion on how they might be applied to communication disorders such as aphasia has been limited.

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