Predicting Psychosocial Adjustment To Aphasia

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12. MANOVA Aphasia Analysis 126 13. Factor Loadings on Neuropsychological Measures 127 14. Summary of Backward Regression Analysis for Variables Predicting Recidivism 128 15. Summary of Backward Regression Analysis for Variables Predicting Recidivism among Patients with Psychotic Disorders 129. v


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Multifactorial Processes in Recovery from Aphasia: Developing

approaches to predicting recovery from aphasia. The first entails determining the presence of certain prognostic factors identified E-mail: [email protected]


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Price, C. et al (2017) Ten problems and solutions when predicting individual outcome from lesion site after stroke. Neuroimage. 145(B): 200-208 Sebastian R. et al (2016) Transcranial direct current stimulation in post stroke aphasia and primary progressive aphasia: Current knowledge and future clinical applications.

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(三) Speech therapy- training of aphasia, dysarthria, dysphagia (四) Bowel & bladder training (五) Respiratory training for tracheostomy removal- cardiopulmonary rehabilitation (六) Psychosocial evaluation (七) Prevocational evaluation (八) Surgical management if indicated (九) Medication (十) Bracing and assistant devices

Predicting Psychosocial Adjustment to Aphasia

23 Predicting Psychosocial Adjustment to Aphasia *D. J. MULLER, tCHRIS CODE, fJ.MUGFORD *Cardiff, School of Speech Therapy, South Glamorgan Institute of Higher Education, Cardqf, Wales

Patterns of narrative discourse in early recovery following

Boston Diagnostic Aphasia Examination)(33). Monologic and semi-spontaneous tasks,suchas picture/event descriptions,story-telling,explanationsandopinion-giving,arefrequentlyembedded in everyday conversational exchanges or genres required in spe-cific work settings (e.g., prese ntation, debate in a meeting).

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studies for predicting functional outcome have been age, severity of stroke, admission functional status, delay in rehabilitation, and social support. 5,6,8,9 The National Stroke Data Base has recently been established to develop a comprehensive outcome model. The proposed prospective payment system for rehabilita-

The psychological effects of stroke on a patient

psychological well-being, his adjustment to the environment, his movement has changed. His right side shows weakness and he has a mild expressive dysphasia. Certain therapeutic goals have been set for him, e.g. improve walking, dressing practice, and work around the house.

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81 phenomena, like psychosocial adjustment/optimism;32-34 identity;35 social 82 participation.36-39 From the studies that explored HRQL or closely related concepts, such 83 as life satisfaction and well-being, some have used non-validated measures,40-42 while 84 others have used self-developed questionnaires.43, 44 Few studies specifically