Review by: Melanie Fried-Oken, Professor, Oregon Health & Science University
"A speech-language pathologist and aphasiologist can no longer say, 'I don't do AAC.' The authors redefine aphasia management and show us that communication supports can be applied in every area, from assessment and treatment to policy and advocacy for all. A must-read."
Review by: Ellayne Ganzfried, ASHA Fellow, Executive Director, National Aphasia Association
"A wealth of practical and relevant information on intervention with the ultimate goal of living successfully with aphasia. [This book] should be used by anyone interested in addressing the needs of people with aphasia and their families."
Review by: Aura Kagan, Executive Director, Director of Education and Applied Research, Aphasia Institute, Toronto, Canada
"A welcome and long overdue addition to the aphasia literature . . . Practice based on the principles contained in this book can change the face of aphasia treatment!"
Review by: Jane Wegner, Clinical Professor and Clinic Director, Schiefelbusch Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, University of Kansas
"Presents a broadened view of aphasia . . . rich with personal stories, examples of strategies, and resources that will be appreciated by both students and practitioners."
Review by: Linda Worrall, Director, NHMRC CCRE in Aphasia Rehabilitation, The University of Queensland, Australia
"This book takes AAC in aphasia into a new stratosphere . . . A must-read for any aphasia therapist who hopes to improve the lives of their patients."
Review by: Emma Power, MSPAA, Lecturer, Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney
"A unique resource written by authorities in the field . . . essential reading for any clinician, lecturer and student who is determined to support a successful life for people with aphasia and their loved ones."
Review by: Kristine Lundgren, Associate Professor and Department Chair, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, School of Health and Human Sciences, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
"This book will become required reading, to accompany an adult language disorders text, in my aphasia course."