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Living with severe aphasia : the experience of communication impairment after stroke / PARR, Suzie ; ed. BYNG, Sally ; ed. POUND, Carole ; ed. HEWITT, Alan.
York : Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2004, vii, 81 p.

Collection : Resarch into practice

Mots-clés principaux
Personne atteinte
Trouble de la parole et du langage
Accident vasculaire cérébral
Communauté ethnoculturelle

Mots-clés secondaires : Discrimination ; Méthodologie ; Recherche

Résumé :

This report describes the findings of an ethnographic study of 20 people with severe aphasia. The aim of the study was to chart the detail of day-to-day life, the challenges faced by peoploe with aphasia, their families andpaid carers, and the degree to which statutory health and social services and other, voluntary sector and independent, agencies are meeting their support needs. Interviews were also conducted with primary carers and with health and social care professionals and other service providers. The report throws light on the social exclusion of this groupe of people and the challenges faced by carers and service providers. It indicates the potential for changing the experience of people with severe aphasia and highlights the urgent need for training and support for all those likely to come into contact with this group : family members, care home managers and staff, rehabilitation personnel and workers in the voluntary sector, as well as greater efforts to integrate and transform services so that needs and rights are identified and access to support is opened up.

Illustrations : ill.
Langue : Français
Type d'ouvrage AQESSS : R
Doc n° : 19317 ISBN / ISSN : 1841961264
NumRec : 1931703


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