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How to Communicate Effectively with Someone Who Has Aphasia

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How to Communicate Effectively with Someone Who Has Aphasia
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Course Information:
  • Streaming Video
  • The Importance of Communication and Defines Aphasia and Its Effects
  • Barriers to Successful Communication With Someone Who Has Aphasia
  • Techniques for Better Communication
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How to Communicate Effectively with Someone Who Has Aphasia Info:

Course Description

This 1 hour program teaches the importance of communication and defines aphasia and its effects.

Course Objectives

Learn how to communicate effectively with someone who has aphasia, using techniques developed by speech-language pathologists and others in the field of communication and speech disorders. Upon completion of this training, the participant will understand: the importance of communication; causes of aphasia; physical and behavioral changes that may occur; techniques for better communication; modeling various forms of communication; barriers to successful communication with someone who has aphasia.

Course Outline

  • The importance of communication
  • The components of speech
  • The role of the speech-language pathologist
  • Causes of aphasia. Physical and behavioral changes
  • Benefits of early treatment. How therapy can help
  • Modeling various forms of communication
  • How aphasia affects other family members
  • Communication as a way of connecting and being acknowledged
  • Importance of family involvement in aphasia treatment
  • Techniques for better communication
  • Value of the stroke club for family and the person with aphasia


Instructor

Marion Karpinski, R.N.

Marion Karpinski, R.N. brings 40 years of nursing experience, much of which took place in hospital or skilled home care settings. By working with area agencies on aging, hospices, home health agencies, hospitals, faith-based organizations, community colleges and other organizations, we have been able to reach greater numbers of providers. We have had a significant impact on the training of both family and paraprofessional care providers.

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How to Communicate Effectively with Someone Who Has Aphasia

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