Julie W. Scherz

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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between patterns of spelling error and related linguistic abilities of four persons with complex communication needs and physical impairments, compared to younger individuals without disabilities matched by spelling age. All participants completed a variety of spelling and linguistic tasks to(More)
Few adult patients with HIV/AIDS are evaluated for communication disorders. A broad inventory of the communication disorders was obtained in a convenience sample of 82 adult HIV/AIDS patients who presented for medical appointments. Each participant underwent a head and neck exam and a communications skills evaluation. Speech, language, and cognition were(More)
Introduction The prevalence of communication disorders in individuals with Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) and how it compares to the general population are unknown. Treatment advances are being made both for individuals with communication disorders and those with HIV/AIDS. Unfortunately, little work has been done(More)
The "family doctor" has been identified as the professional most likely to be contacted by the general public with concerns about communication disorders; yet the family practice physician is unlikely to refer patients with communicative disorders to speech-language pathologists or audiologists for nonmedical evaluation and treatment. The purpose of this(More)
Created by Bradford Keeney, Recursive Frame Analysis allows for in-depth analysis of communicative events. Specifically, RFA has been applied to “therapeutic talk” involving various types of clinical scenarios. The goal of this study was to employ RFA to analyze actual video recorded physician-patient interactions to determine the relationship between(More)
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