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E-book
Author Pound, Carole

Title Beyond Aphasia : Therapies for Living with Communication Disability
Published Milton : Routledge, 2018

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Description 1 online resource (305 pages)
Series Speechmark Editions Ser
Speechmark Editions Ser
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Developing Therapies for Living with Communication Disability; Influences within aphasiology; Influences beyond aphasiology: the impact of social model theory; Alternative models of disability; The experience of disabled people; Issues of empowerment and emancipation; The relationship between impairment and disability; Putting theory into practice: a framework for aphasia therapy; The person with aphasia as a social being; Goals for therapeutic intervention
Organising and delivering the serviceOngoing support; Changing the ethos: environment, attitude and language; Conclusion; Chapter 2 Partnerships and Practicalities: Groupwork, Goal Setting and Evaluation; Group therapy; Group or individual work? Selecting the therapeutic approach; Preparing to implement group therapy; Group content and form; Group composition; Group leadership; Facilitating group therapy; Leadership style; Promoting group interaction: setting the rules; Methods in group therapy; Goal planning and evaluation: whose goals are they anyway?
A framework for collaborative goal setting: problem-focused goal planningProblem-focused assessment; Identifying key problems; Problem-focused goals and action plans; Group goal planning; Issues in evaluation -- the role of the goal; Evaluating changes in clients' perceptions of problems; Evaluating achievement of goals; Chapter 3 Facilitating Communication; Approaches to communication; Working on communication and conversation in; Family involvement in communication and conversation; Total Communication; Introducing Total Communication; Promoting Total Communication in clinical settings
Moving Total Communication into the everyday environmentCommunicative drawing; Introducing communicative drawing; Generative drawing; Refining drawing skills; Communicative drawing in everyday contexts: towards interactive drawing; Communication books; Considering client skills; Constructing a communication book; Constructing a vocabulary; Therapy to promote communication book use; Working with family members and transferring skills to everyday environments; Conversationally-based therapies; Supported Conversation and working with communication partners; The Conversation Group
Conversation PartnersChapter 4 Breaking Down the Barriers; External and internal barriers; Addressing barriers: approaches to therapy; Overcoming external barriers: project therapy; Overcoming external barriers: access therapy; Overcoming external barriers: using technology; Overcoming external barriers: using advocacy; Overcoming internal barriers: stress management and assertiveness; Stress management; Assertiveness training; Activities involved in assertiveness work; Evaluation; Chapter 5 Developing Therapies for Developing Identities; What is identity?; Illness beliefs and reflexivity
Summary This book focuses explicitly on therapeutic techniques developed from a social model approach to disability and learning to live with difference. It describes theories, activities and methods of implementation developed from the work of Connect with people with long term aphasia. "Theoretical discussion runs alongside practical ideas for therapy and evaluation, case studies and commentaries from the authors regarding the method and means of implementation." Synthesises theory and practice in this new area of service delivery. Its non-impairment led focus of the therapies means that it has wide appeal to therapists, health service professionals and volunteers who work with people with chronic disabilities affecting lifestyle and communication
Notes Roles and partnerships
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Subject Aphasia -- Treatment
Aphasia -- Treatment
Form Electronic book
Author Parr, Susie
Lindsay, Jayne
Woolf, Celia
ISBN 9781351687805
1351687808