neurogenic communication disorder

neurogenic communication disorder

Neurology The inability to exchange information with others because of hearing, speech, and/or language problems due to nervous system impairment

neurogenic communication disorder

Inability to exchange information with others because of hearing, speech, or language problems caused by impaired functioning of the nervous system.
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Introduction to neurogenic communication disorders.
and three contributors offer an informally written textbook on neurogenic communication disorders.
Support systems: Older adults with neurogenic communication disorders.
Murdoch (Centre for Neurogenic Communication Disorders Research, and health and rehabilitation sciences, U.
Group process, group dynamics and group techniques with neurogenic communication disorders.
Hixon (Associate Vice President for Research, Dean of the Graduate College, Director of Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs, Research Integrity Officer, Director of the Institute for Neurogenic Communication Disorders, and the Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at the University of Arizona) and Jeannette D.
Thus, if a right-handed person has suffered a single, left CVA to the frontal lobe with resultant right-sided paralysis, the diagnostician can rule out a number of adult neurogenic communication disorders (e.
They examine clinical practices and their influence on the narrative self, the range of neurogenic communication disorders, the dimensions of the self and culture, narrative processes, and considerations of time.
This resource for clinicians presents a number of group treatment methods for persons with aphasia or other neurogenic communication disorders.
Drawing upon years of clinical and teaching experience, Drummond (affiliation not cited) applies this information to an examination of some of the possible causes and nature of neurogenic communication disorders and related clinical issues.