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eBook Aphasia Therapy in Practice: Reading (Aphasia Therapy in Practice S.) ePub

by Margaret Fawcus,Jean Kerr,Sue Whitehead,Roberta Williams

  • ISBN: 086388086X
  • Category: Education
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Margaret Fawcus,Jean Kerr,Sue Whitehead,Roberta Williams
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (April 30, 1999)
  • Pages: 152
  • ePub book: 1163 kb
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Aphasia Therapy in Practice book. Margaret Fawcus, Jean Kerr. Its contents arranged in a hierarchy of reading tasks from the very basic to the more advanced

Aphasia Therapy in Practice book. Its contents arranged in a hierarchy of reading tasks from the very basic to the more advanced. Beginning with highly imageable single words, the activities move on to the more abstract at single word level. It introduces sentences of varying syntactic and semantic complexity.

by Roberta Williams, Margaret Fawcus, Jean Kerr.

Aphasia Therapy in Practice book. This title provides pages of practical resource materials for. The resources may be easily photocopied and focus on expression for the aphasic patient. Aphasia Therapy in Practice: Expression: Expression. Start by marking Aphasia Therapy in Practice: Expression: Expression as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Margaret Fawcus. by. Margaret Fawcus, Roberta Williams.

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Aphasia Therapy in Practice: Comprehension (Aphasia Therapy in. .by Margaret Fawcus, Roberta Williams, Jean Kerr, Sue Whitehead

Aphasia Therapy in Practice: Comprehension (Aphasia Therapy in Practice . : ISBN 9780863884245 (978-0-86388-424-5) Softcover, Routledge, 1999. by Margaret Fawcus, Roberta Williams, Jean Kerr, Sue Whitehead. ISBN 9780863885280 (978-0-86388-528-0) Softcover, Routledge, 1998. Aphasia Therapy in Practice: Writing (Aphasia Therapy in Practice).

x Fawcus, . Kerr, . Williams, R. and Whitehead, S. (1993). Aphasia Therapy in Practice: Writing.

Aphasia Therapy in Practice: Reading. Bicester: Speechmark Publishing Ltd x Francis, D. Riddoch, M. J. and Humphreys, G. W. (2001). Treating agnostic alexia complicated by additional impairments. x Fawcus, . Bicester: Speechmark Publishing Ltd. x Luzzatti, . Colombo, . Frustaci, M. and Fritolo, F. (2000). Rehabiliation of spelling along the sub-word routine.

Aphasia Therapy Guide. The method is a series of steps in which an individual practices an artificially melodic production of sentences. It has been recommended for people with an expressive type of aphasia and good comprehension.

Aphasia Therapy in Practice.

Aphasia Therapy in Practice Aphasia Therapy in Practice Close. Are you sure you want to remove Aphasia Therapy in Practice from your list? Aphasia Therapy in Practice. by Margaret Fawcus, Jean Kerr, Roberta Williams, Sue Whitehead. Published March 1990 by Speechmark Publishing Ltd. There's no description for this book yet.

I'm working on a 'big book' of journal papers and book chapters for Major Works in Aphasia for Routledge. Nearly finished and about to go to press.

This photocopiable manual covers an area where reading materials are often hard to come by for the dysphasic client. Texts which are sufficiently simple are not always appropriately adult and the type size is often too small and too crowded. The title meets the need for a wide selection of reading materials suitable for the client with acquired dyslexia. Its contents arranged in a hierarchy of reading tasks from the very basic to the more advanced. Beginning with highly imageable single words, the activities move on to the more abstract at single word level. It introduces sentences of varying syntactic and semantic complexity. It also includes a wealth of reading passages ranging from short paragraphs with sytacticly simple content, to the more advanced material for those with slight dyslexic problems. It is designed to help the dyslexic client as much as possible, the format and large print makes this the ideal resource for photocopying as handouts.