Early chapters cover the history of aphasia and its therapy from brocas discoveries to the 1970s and provide a description of the classic aphasia syndromes the middle section describes the contribution of cognitive neuropsychology and the treatment models it has inspired. Aphasia and its therapy anna basso this book attempts to bridge the gap between aphasia research and the rehabilitation of patients with this language disorder making explicit the relationship between whatis being rehabilitated and how to rehabilitate it the author has run an aphasia rehabilitation unit for more than thirty years and draws on her considerable experience to provide . With a stroke aphasia may improve with proper therapy there is no treatment to reverse primary progressive aphasia people with primary progressive aphasia are able to communicate in ways other
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