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Workbook for Aphasia

Workbook for Aphasia Author Susan Howell Brubaker
ISBN-10 0814318037
Release 1985-01-01
Pages 360
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Workbook for Aphasia

Workbook for Aphasia Author Susan Howell Brubaker
ISBN-10 0814333117
Release 2006
Pages 500
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An indispensable tool for clinicians and users that has been fully updated and reformatted in a user-friendly manner.



Workbook for Reasoning Skills

Workbook for Reasoning Skills Author Susan Howell Brubaker
ISBN-10 0814332897
Release 2005
Pages 328
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Second edition of this widely used tool for reasoning and reading exercises.



Workbook for Reasoning Skills

Workbook for Reasoning Skills Author Susan Howell Brubaker
ISBN-10 081431760X
Release 1983
Pages 299
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Workbook for Cognitive Skills

Workbook for Cognitive Skills Author Susan Howell Brubaker
ISBN-10 0814333133
Release 2008-12
Pages 369
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The second edition of the "red book" builds on the original by adding 70 pages of entirely new exercises and 1,000 rewritten questions.



Workbook for Language Skills

Workbook for Language Skills Author Susan Brubaker
ISBN-10 0814333176
Release 2009
Pages 328
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The revised and updated "tan book" of functional, easy-to-read exercises for spelling, writing, word retrieval, and reading comprehension skills.



Land of Stone

Land of Stone Author Karen Chase
ISBN-10 0814335608
Release 2007-01-18
Pages 200
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For more than a decade, Karen Chase taught poetry writing to severely incapacitated patients at a large psychiatric hospital outside of New York City. During that time, she began working with Ben, a handsome, formerly popular and athletic young man who had given up speaking and had withdrawn from social interaction. Meeting on the locked ward every week for two years, Chase and Ben passed a pad of paper back and forth, taking turns writing one line of poetry each, ultimately producing 180 poems that responded to, diverged from, and built on each other’s words. Land of Stone is Chase’s account of writing with Ben, an experience that was deeply transformative for both poet and patient. In Chase’s engrossing narrative, readers will find inspiration in the power of writing to change and heal, as well as a compelling firsthand look at the relationship between poet and patient. As she tells of Ben’s struggle to come out of silence, Chase also recounts the issues in her own life that she confronts by writing with Ben, including her mother’s recent death and a childhood struggle with polio. Also, since poetry writing seems to reach Ben in a way that his clinical therapy cannot, Chase describes and analyzes Ben’s writing in detail to investigate the changes that appeared to be taking place in him as their work progressed. A separate section presents twenty-two poems that Chase wrote with Ben, selected to show his linguistic development over time, and a final section offers Chase’s thoughtful reflections on the creative process. Land of Stone will provide honest and valuable insight to psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, alternative therapists, and other mental health practitioners, and will also surely be of interest to creative writers, teachers, linguists, and anyone looking to explore the connections between language and healing.



Basic Level Workbook for Aphasia

Basic Level Workbook for Aphasia Author Susan Howell Brubaker
ISBN-10
Release 2009-11
Pages 400
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An updated resource for adolescents and adults with limited or emerging reading skills.



A Therapy Technique for Improving Memory

A Therapy Technique for Improving Memory Author Jennifer A. Brush
ISBN-10 096763430X
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 90
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Aphasia My World Alone

Aphasia  My World Alone Author Helen H. Wulf
ISBN-10 0814318231
Release 1979
Pages 179
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Helen Harlan Wulf's post-stroke diary describes her struggle with the isolation and helplessness she felt as a victim of aphasia.



Working with LARSP

Working with LARSP Author David Crystal
ISBN-10 044419469X
Release 1979
Pages 359
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El Hi Textbooks Serials in Print 2000

El Hi Textbooks   Serials in Print  2000 Author
ISBN-10 0835242722
Release 2000
Pages 2625
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Pain in Children

Pain in Children Author Gary A. Walco
ISBN-10 1597454761
Release 2008-09-11
Pages 279
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Advances over the past two decades have enabled physicians to revolutionize the manner in which they can assess and manage children’s pain. Thirty years ago it was thought that young children did not experience pain and therefore it was not necessary to treat it. Today professionals from a variety of disciplines have contributed data that have revolutionized medical perspectives. Technological advances now enable doctors to treat acute pain in fetuses, premature neonates, infants, toddlers, children, and adolescents with increasing precision and efficacy. Research highlighting the context of chronic pain has moved them away from a mind-body dichotomy and toward an integrated, holistic perspective that leads to substantial improvement in children’s adaptive functioning as well as subjective discomfort. This book covers these topics and is intended for anyone who provides medical care to children. Each chapter provides an overview of the problem, followed by a "hands on" description of relevant assessment and intervention strategies. The role of the primary care practitioner is highlighted, both as a front-line resource as well as a consumer of specialized pediatric pain treatment services. Each chapter ends with a summary and specific bullet points highlighting the most central elements, making for quick and easy reference.



Running Free

Running Free Author Kate Allatt
ISBN-10 9781682991046
Release 2011-05-19
Pages 224
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Can you imagine being trapped inside your own body? Able to see and hear everything going on around you but unable to move or speak - the blink of an eye your only way of communicating. Fell-runner and fun-loving mother-of-three Kate Allatt's life was torn apart when what appeared to be a stress-related headache exploded into a massive brainstem stroke leading to locked-in syndrome. Totally paralysed, she became a prisoner inside her own body. Doctors warned her family she would never walk, talk or swallow or lead a normal life again. But they didn't know Kate. The words no and never were not in her vocabulary. With the help of her best friends and family she drew on every ounce of her runner's stamina and determination to make a recovery that amazed medical experts. Using a letter chart, Kate blinked the words "I will walk again". Soon she was moving her thumb and communicating with the world via Facebook. Eight months after her stroke, Kate said goodbye to nurses, walked out of hospital and returned home to learn how to run again. This is the story of her incredible journey.



Talk in interaction

Talk in interaction Author Hanh thi Nguyen
ISBN-10 9780980045918
Release 2009
Pages 393
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This resource offers original studies of interaction in a range of languages and language varieties, including Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Swahili, Thai, and Vietnamese; monolingual and bilingual interactions, and activities designed for second or foreign language learning.



Stronger After Stroke Second Edition

 Stronger After Stroke  Second Edition Author Peter G. Levine
ISBN-10 9781936303472
Release 2012-12-12
Pages 259
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Outlines accessible techniques for stroke rehabilitation and recovery, in a guide for patients and caregivers that covers such topics as the importance of scheduling task-specific movements, goal setting, and understanding the challenges of each stage of recovery. Original.



World Cinema Theology and the Human

World Cinema  Theology  and the Human Author Antonio D. Sison
ISBN-10 9780415517461
Release 2012
Pages 161
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Forging an open-minded but reasoned dialogue between nine acclaimed titles of world cinema, and a range of theological perspectives that touch on the theme of human experience, World Cinema, Theology, and the Humanoffers fresh portals of insight for the interdisciplinary area of Theology and Film. In Sison’s approach, it is the cinematic representation of vivid humanity, not necessarily propositional statements about God and religion, that lays down a bridge to a conversation with theology. Thus, the book’s project is to look for the divine presence, written not on tablets of stone, but on "tablets of human hearts" depicted on screen by way of audiovisual language. Seeking to redress the interdiscipline’s narrow predilection for Hollywood blockbusters, the book casts its net wider to include a culturally diverse selection of case studies– from festival gems such as Singapore’s Be With Meand South Africa’s Yesterday, to widely-acclaimed sleeper hits such as Britain’s Slumdog Millionaireand New Zealand’s Whale Rider. The book will appeal to scholars of theology and religious/cultural studies interested in the Theology/Religion-Film interface, and, because of its commitment to an examination of film qua film, a crossover readership from film studies.