Select Papers From the 41st Clinical Aphasiology Conference
In this journal self-study, we’ll explore a variety of topics discussed at the 41st Clinical Aphasiology Conference, including a wide range of issues surrounding the study and clinical management of persons with acquired neurologic communication disorders. This self-study both reflects the composition of the annual conference and embodies multiple perspectives about three disorders of central focus at the conference; namely, aphasia, apraxia of speech (AOS), and traumatic brain injury (TBI).
You will be able to:
- discuss issues critical to assessment and rehabilitation
- compare the effectiveness of various approaches to treatment in aphasia
- discuss the role of repeated practice in treating AOS
- describe the effect of intensive language therapy in treating aphasia
- discuss how the treatments are shaping the future of rehabilitation for individuals with acquired neurologic communication disorders
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association is pleased to partner with CAC to disseminate these valuable scholarly contributions in order to help advance the evidence-base of the discipline.
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