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Speech and Language Therapy: Acquired Language and Neurogenic Comm Disorders

A subject guide for Speech and Language Therapy from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

Recommended and independent reading

Essays/exam papers with evidence of independent reading will attract higher grades so remember as Speech and Language Therapy students, you are expected to consult primary sources such as journal articles as well as the recommended reading material.  Here are a selection of recommended textbooks and the current issues of core journal titles to help you keep up to date.

TEDx talk

Published on 22 Apr 2015

What is it like to be unable to communicate?

Jessica is Assistant Professor of communication sciences and disorders at USC. When administering therapy, she's passionate about helping her client or patient in a way that helps them in their everyday lives. When researching, she's passionate about solving puzzles that benefit those in the immediate or near future.

Aphasia

Traumatic Brain Injury

Right Hemisphere Damage

Aphasiology

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Augmentative and Alternative Communication

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Brain and Language

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Brain Injury

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Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics

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International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders

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