Abigail Roper

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE There is currently little evidence on effective interventions for poststroke apraxia of speech. We report outcomes of a trial of self-administered computer therapy for apraxia of speech. METHODS Effects of speech intervention on naming and repetition of treated and untreated words were compared with those of a visuospatial sham(More)
We report an intervention study focused on the speech production difficulties present in acquired apraxia of speech (AOS). The intervention was a self-administered computer therapy that targeted whole word production and incorporated error reduction strategies. The effectiveness of the therapy was contrasted to that of a visuospatial sham computer program,(More)
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