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Not Your Average Aphasia Therapy WorkbookRated 5.00 out of 5Sale!
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The Aphasia Therapy Workbook is divided into four parts and includes 450+ pages of functional therapy materials that can be used to target a variety of receptive and expressive language skills in persons with aphasia. Each section features research-based techniques, therapy ideas, treatment tasks, sample goals, and much more. Designed to support both new and experienced clinicians, this comprehensive workbook contains practical and relevant resources to treat aphasia.
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Word Retrieval Strategies$4.99 Add to cart
Word retrieval strategies for Aphasia:
- FIRST LETTER
Try to think of the first letter. Scan the alphabet for help.
- VISUAL AID
Use pictures or real objects.
- THINK ABOUT IT
Try to think about what you want to say before you say it.
Use gestures, facial expressions, and pointing.
- EXTRA TIME
Give yourself extra time, the word may come to you.
Describe what the object looks like.
- DRAW OR WRITE
Draw the object or write the word.
- FUNCTION OR USE
Describe the object’s function or how it’s used.
Describe where the object can be found.
- ASSOCIATION OR CATEGORY
Describe what it reminds you of or what category it’s in.
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- FIRST LETTER
Semantic Feature Analysis (Bundle)$9.99 Add to cart
Semantic Feature Analysis (SFA) Bundle features 95+ pages of treatment activities that target word retrieval based on semantic properties. SFA is an Evidence-Based technique and can be implemented by using feature analysis charts to identify key attributes such as: group, use, action, properties, location, association (Boyle & Coelho, 1995).
Read more about SFA:
Antonucci, S. M. (2009). Use of semantic feature analysis in group aphasia treatment. Aphasiology, 23(7-8), 854-866.
Boyle, M., & Coelho, C. A. (1995). Application of Semantic Feature Analysis as a Treatment for Aphasic Dysnomia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 4(4), 94-98.
Boyle, M. (2004). Semantic feature analysis treatment for anomia in two fluent aphasia syndromes. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 13(3), 236–249.
Quique, Y. M., Evans, W. S., & Dickey, M. W. (2019). Acquisition and Generalization Responses in Aphasia Naming Treatment: A Meta-Analysis of Semantic Feature Analysis Outcomes. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 28(1), 230-246.
Functional Speech Therapy Materials BundleRated 4.83 out of 5$19.99 Add to cart
The Functional Therapy Materials Bundle includes 350+ pages of functional activities and printable resources that target real world cognitive-linguistic skills.
Included in this bundle:
- Client Intake Questionnaire
- Functional Reading
- Filling out Forms
- Functional Naming and Word Retrieval
- Associative Naming
- Confrontational Naming
- Picture Flashcards – with prompts
- Features and Functions
- Divergent/Generative Naming
- Organization Tasks
- Food Storage
- Recipes and Ingredients
- Scheduling – daily, monthly, yearly routines
- Orientation – days, months, holidays
- Medication – management
- Attention Skills
- Calculating Coins
- Balancing a Register
- Sustaining Attention
Semantic Feature Analysis (Sample)$0.00 Add to cart
27 pages. Use this free PDF download to target word retrieval using evidenced-based practice.
Word Retrieval Worksheets BundleRated 5.00 out of 5$14.99 Add to cart
This bundle includes printable speech therapy activities, compensatory strategies, functional goal examples and a cueing hierarchy for each section. This material was designed for speech-language professionals and can be used as a good resource when treating individuals with word retrieval deficits. It is recommended to use this bundle with evidence-based techniques and individualized therapy plans.
Table of Contents
i. Common gestures
ii. Visual cues
II. Automatic Sequences
ii. Days of the week
iii. Months of the year
iv. Social greetings
v. Familiar songs
vi. Sayings and favorites
III. Functional Phrase Completion
i. Completion with visual cues
IV. Script Training
i. Writing scripts
V. Melodic Intonation
i. Melodic practice
VI. Confrontational Naming
ii. Everyday objects
iii. Semantic feature analysis
iv. Synonym and antonyms
VII. Responsive Naming
i. Responsive naming and object description
VIII. Divergent Naming
i. Visualization strategy
ii. Association strategy
iii. Naming by letter
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