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Background: Because communication after the onset of aphasia can be fraught with errors, therapist corrections are pervasive in therapy for aphasia. Although corrections are designed to improve the accuracy of communication, some corrections can have social and emotional consequences during...
Background: Grounded in sociocultural theories of language development and use, this paper explores the concept of dialogic voice. Building on the term ‘dialogue’, dialogic voice points to the fundamentally social nature of language‐in‐use. From this perspective, language emerges from...
Background: Current models of evidence‐based practice marginalize and even silence the voices of those who are the potential beneficiaries of assessment and intervention. These missing voices can be found in the reflections of clients on their own life‐world experiences. Aims: This paper...
Background: While much commentary exists in relation to the portrayal of disabled people in the media, very little research examines the talk itself in any detail. This paper examines the how people with communication disabilities and disabled people are dealt with in the talk of a radio...
Background: Charles Van Riper (1905–94) author, researcher and practitioner, was one of the major contributors to the field of stuttering in the 20th century. His series of Action Therapy videotapes provide a useful model of how therapy was implemented by a master clinician. Aims: Van Riper's...
Background: Some people with schizophrenia are considered to have communication difficulties because of concomitant language impairment and/or because of suppressed or ‘unusual’ communication skills due to the often‐chronic nature and manifestation of the illness process. Conversations with...
Background: Listening to how people talk about the consequences of acquired aphasia helps one gain insight into how people construe disability and communication disability in particular. It has been found that some of these construals can be more of a disabling barrier in re‐engaging with life...
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