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Disability Specific Resources: Aphasia



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Information: Aphasia
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This information guide is written by New Horizons Un-Limited. The guide provides information about this disability including Definition, Types, Causes, Characteristics, and Statistics. We envision a world with the inclusion and participation of individuals with disabilities in our communities, our workplaces and our lives so we also include information on Awareness, Viewpoint, Needs and Solutions, Therapy and Rehabilitation, On-line Discussion Forum, and where to go on the Internet to Learn More about this disability.

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Links to Publications by Others


The Aphasia Handbook: A Guide for Stroke and Brain Injury Survivors and Their Families

This handbook is adapted and edited by Martha Taylor Sarno, MA, MD and Joan F. Peters, Esq. and is published by the National Aphasia Association. This guide is not available on-line. It can be purchased for $29.95 from the National Aphasia Association.


New sign Family Adjustment to Aphasia

This article is available on the American Speech Language Association website.


New sign HOPE: The Stroke Recovery Guide

This guide is found on the National Stroke Association website. Click on the full guide to go to the complete guide. This guide covers Information, Organizations and Resources, Preventing Another Stroke and Exercises and Recommendations for surviving a stroke.

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