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Books: Disability Specific Resources: Aphasia

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New Sign Aphasia Books and Speech Disability Tools from Stroke Survivor offers Books to Live By, Useful books for rehabilitation, motivation, and to regain fulfillment which includes a fairly comprehensive list of helpful books and devices for Aphasia such as a listing of 40,000 Selected Words, The Dictionary of American Slang, Macmillian Visual Dictionary and "Itís Still Me!" a 17-minute DVD intended as a guide for people with aphasia and their loved ones in order to help them learn how to communicate with each other more effectively..
New Sign Children's Books About Aphasia lists three books that help children and adults to understand Aphasia compiled by the National Aphasia Association.
New Sign "The Aphasia Handbook : A Guide for Stroke and Brain Injury Survivors and Their Families"

This book was edited and adapted by Martha Taylor Sarno, MA, MD (hon) and Joan F. Peters, Esq. It was published by the National Aphasia Association. It is written for people with aphasia and their families. It is written clearly and with the person with aphasia in mind. It costs $29.95.

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