A Caregiver's Guide to Communication Problems from Brain Injury or Disea

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESSISBN: 9781421442556

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Imprint: JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS
By:
Barbara O'Connor Wells,Connie K. Porcaro
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PAPERBACK
Pages:
256

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List of Contributors Acknowledgments Introduction Barbara O'Connor Wells and Connie K. Porcaro Chapter 1. What's Her Name and Where Are My Glasses? The Ironies of Healthy Aging Teresa Signorelli Pisano Chapter 2. Communication Is a Two-Way Street: Understanding and Coping with Unclear Speech Connie K. Porcaro Chapter 3. An Owner's Guide to a Healthy Voice Connie K. Porcaro Chapter 4. A Tough Pill to Swallow: Maintaining Good Nutrition When Swallowing Is Difficult Barbara O'Connor Wells and Marissa A. Barrera Chapter 5. Are We Speaking the Same Language? Coping with Aphasia and Communication Challenges Barbara O'Connor Wells Chapter 6. Another Senior Moment, or Is It Something Else? Communicating with Those Who Have Dementia Elizabeth Roberts Chapter 7. Coping and Caring for Your Loved One and Yourself Lea Kaploun Chapter 8. Using the Arts to Improve Communication and Quality of Life Frederick DiCarlo About the Editors Appendix A. Voice Illustration Appendix B. Alphabet Board Example Appendix C. Swallowing Illustration Appendix D. Brain Illustration Index
Barbara O'Connor Wells (BOCA RATON, FL) is an associate professor of speech-language pathology at Nova Southeastern University. Connie K. Porcaro (CORAL SPRINGS, FL) is an associate professor of communication sciences and disorders at Florida Atlantic University.

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