The living with dysarthria programme for post-stroke dysarthria

Catherine MacKenzie, Gillian Paton, Shona Kelly, Marian Brady, Margaret Muir

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Abstract

Despite the commonness of dysarthria in stroke populations, intervention research is
scant, especially relating to the psycho-social effects of dysarthria. Groups, which provide
opportunities for natural interaction with a range of communication partners, discussion of
experiences, problem solving and peer support, may be an appropriate management format for people with dysarthria and their communication partners.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 26 May 2012
EventEuropean CPLOL congress - The Hague, Netherlands
Duration: 25 May 201226 May 2012

Conference

ConferenceEuropean CPLOL congress
CountryNetherlands
CityThe Hague
Period25/05/1226/05/12

Keywords

  • stroke
  • dysarthria
  • stroke management

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    MacKenzie, C., Paton, G., Kelly, S., Brady, M., & Muir, M. (2012). The living with dysarthria programme for post-stroke dysarthria. Paper presented at European CPLOL congress, The Hague, Netherlands.