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"Aphasia people, they-I trust them": The concept of neighborhood at an aphasia camp -Contributions of the built environment, natural environment, and social environment
The current study focuses on the perceptions of people with aphasia at a weekend aphasia camp retreat and examines aspects of the environment that are important to campers, and how the environment may facilitate or hinder ...
Implementation Barriers and Facilitators for Alternative and Augmentative Communication Use in Intensive Care Units: Comparing Differences Across Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists
Communication partners with AAC training are known to increase the ability of a person with aphasia to understand language and participate in everyday social interactions (Genereaux et al., 2004; Hickey, Bourgeois, & ...
Counseling practices of speech-language pathologists serving persons with aphasia: Examining training and preparedness within clinical practice
Purpose: This study examined Speech-Language Pathologists' (SLPs') perspectives on the counseling training they have received, and the counseling skills they are implementing into their practice with individuals with ...
The Relationship Between Perceived Self-Efficacy, Social Network Composition, and Individual Aphasia Group Participation Among Persons with Aphasia
This study investigates the relationship between individual social networks, perceived self-efficacy, and individual aphasia group participation among five community-dwelling persons with aphasia. Standardized self-efficacy ...