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psychosocial effects of Aphasia
1. isolation
2. lonliness
3. loss of autonomy
4. restricted activities
5. role changes
6. stigmatism
7. lack of self confidence
8. lack of personal identity
What the social model addresses:
1. both information exchange and social needs as dual goals of communication
2. communication w/in authentic, relevant and natural contexts
3. view comm. as dynamic, flexible and multi-dimensional
Focus of social model:
1. collaberative nature of comm.
2. natural interaction (conversation)
3. personal/social consequences of Aphasia
4. adaptions to impairment
5. embracing perspective of those affected by aphasia
6. encouraging qualitative and quantitative measures
7. what does the consumer want and need?
Assessments for social model:
1. Quality of life
2. Functional communication measures
Partner training is also known as _______
Enhanced Compensatory Strategy Training
PArtner training involves:
-comm. partner is in the therapy session
-conversations are observed and strategies are identified
- strategies may be practiced at home
Goal of partner training
1. demonstration of comm. strategies
2. shift of comm. burden
3. naturalness
Scaffolded & supported conversations:
1. clinician follows but does not control conversation
2. interaction emerges from meaningful activity
3. responses are mediated or facilitated (i.e. gestural prompt)
4. feedback is appropriate
5. client experiences natural contingencies of comm. success or failure