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Progressive Language Impairments: Intervention and Management

A Special Issue of Aphasiology

Edited by Lyndsey Nickels, Karen Croot

Psychology Press – 2009 – 204 pages

Series: Macquarie Monographs in Cognitive Science

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    978-1-84872-701-4
    March 4th 2009

Description

Progressive language impairments comprise a broad range of symptoms of impaired language processing that worsen over time as a result of neurodegenerative disease, and that range from impaired knowledge of the concepts underlying language through reading and writing difficulties to impaired ability to articulate speech.

This volume focuses on intervention for progressive language impairments, providing an overview of current research and including examples of interventions at different levels (e.g., impairment-directed interventions, activity/participation-directed interventions). The aim of this volume is to demonstrate the potential for intervention in these disorders and to overcome any remaining prejudice that intervention is not appropriate for individuals with progressive language impairments.

Contents

L. Nickels, Karen Croot,Preface to 'Progressive Language Impairment: Intervention and Management'. K. Croot, Progressive Aphasia: Definitions, Diagnoses and Prognoses. C. Taylor, R. Miles Kingma, K. Croot, L. Nickels, Speech Pathology Services for Primary Progressive Aphasia: Exploring an Emerging Area of Practice. R. Jokel, J. Cupit, E. Rochon, C. Leonard, Re-learning Lost Vocabulary in Non-fluent Progressive Aphasia with MossTalk Words ®. C. Green Heredia, K. Sage, M.A. Lambon Ralph, M.L. Berthier, Relearning and Retention of Verbal Labels in a Case of Semantic Dementia. N. Bier, J. Macoir, L. Gagnon, M. Van der Linden, S. Louveaux, J. Desrosiers, Known, Lost, and Recovered: Efficacy of Formal-semantic Therapy and Spaced Retrieval Method in a Case of Semantic Dementia. B. Rapp, B. Glucroft, The Benefits and Protective Effects of Behavioral Treatment for Dysgraphia in a Case of Primary Progressive Aphasia. J. Cartwright, K.A.E. Elliott, Promoting Strategic Television Viewing in the Context of Progressive Language Impairment. S.B. Chiu Wong, R. Anand, S.B. Chapman, A. Rackley, J. Zientz, When Nouns and Verbs Degrade: Facilitating Communication in Semantic Dementia. K. Croot, L. Nickels, F. Laurence, M. Manning, Impairment and Activity/Participation Directed Interventions in Progressive Language Impairment: Clinical and Theoretical Issues.

Name: Progressive Language Impairments: Intervention and Management: A Special Issue of Aphasiology (Hardback)Psychology Press 
Description: Edited by Lyndsey Nickels, Karen Croot. Progressive language impairments comprise a broad range of symptoms of impaired language processing that worsen over time as a result of neurodegenerative disease, and that range from impaired knowledge of the concepts underlying language through reading...
Categories: Aphasia, Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Speech & Language Disorders