This bundle comes with 14 tools for speech-language pathologists working with people who have aphasia.
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Primary Progressive Aphasia This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with patients who are experiencing primary progressive aphasia. The handout describes what it is, lists the signs and symptoms, and discusses treatment options with a focus on preservation of current skills rather than a cure or resolution to a currently poorly understood condition.
Language Stories (with pictures) This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with adults in rehabilitation settings to address complex expressive language. The activity features 4 engaging photos along with a list of content words to provide cues when asking clients to generate stories about the picture scenes.
Low-Vision, Aphasia-Friendly Pain Rating Scale This resource is designed for rehabilitation therapists working with people who are experiencing low vision and/or aphasia. The highly legible, colorful, and graphics-based pain scale allows nursing and other care-giving staff to communicate with their patients about their level of pain throughout the day for the purposes of pain management.
Melodic Intonation Therapy This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists using melodic intonation therapy to address expressive language impairments in the context of brain injury. The handout describes how melodic intonation therapy works with a simplified visual of brain anatomy. Patients, staff, family, and caregivers will gain a deeper understanding of this therapy intervention by reading this handout.
Automatic Speech Task Cards This intervention visual is designed for speech-language pathologists working with adults to address expressive language impairments related to brain injury. The digital download features 4 pages of automatic speech visual cues, including popular song lyrics, the numbers 1-10, days of the week, and months of the year.
Aphasia Communication Tips for Caregivers and Staff It can be a confusing and overwhelming experience to attempt to communicate with someone who has aphasia. Frequently, ineffective methods are attempted, including talking louder or slower. This handout is designed for staff, caregivers, friends, and family with those who have aphasia and provides specific strategies for both expressive and receptive communication.
Following Directions Task with iPad/iPhone This structured therapy task targets auditory comprehension and the ability to follow directions through a series of verbal instructions that walks a patient through completing various functional tasks on an iPad or iPhone.
Differential Diagnosis of Apraxia of Speech and Aphasia with Phonemic Paraphasias Language impairments after brain injury can be difficult to tease out. In particular, apraxia of speech can often present in similar ways to aphasia with phonemic paraphasias. This clinical guide is meant to help speech-language pathologists more accurately diagnose these two impairments in order to better target treatment methods.
Picture Dictionary: Kitchen This therapy task is designed to target functional kitchen vocabulary. Includes a full page picture of a kitchen with tasks to target auditory comprehension, expressive language, reading comprehension, and written expression. Includes vocabulary words and carrier phrases. A highly versatile therapy task material that can be targeted to reach a variety of language levels during structured language therapy tasks for people with aphasia.
Aphasia Practice for Home Environment This handout is designed for people with aphasia working with rehabilitation therapists to address aphasia in home health our outpatient settings. The handout lists several specific challenges to do in order to target language at the word and phrase/sentence levels with ideas for targeting reading and writing.
Semantic Feature Analysis Semantic feature analysis is a powerful way to build on neural language networks for people with aphasia. This therapy activity is designed for SLPs working with people with aphasia who are targeting word-finding and semantic language skills as part of their rehabilitation therapy program.
Aphasia Resources People with aphasia and their families are hungry for resources and connection. How else are we to find meaning beyond our loss of neural language networks? By building networks of community. This handout describes national aphasia resources that anyone can access and find connection and meaning within.
Aphasia Pocket Cards These business-card sized wallet cards provide information about the specific type of aphasia, ways to support communication with the individual, and important personal information for the person with aphasia.
Tech specs: Digital download. 23 pages + cover page. 8.5 x 11 inches. Zipped file that decompresses to PDF format. 141.7 MB.