Computerized script training for aphasia: preliminary results.

  title={Computerized script training for aphasia: preliminary results.},
  author={Leora R. Cherney and Anita S Halper and Audrey L. Holland and Ron Cole},
  journal={American journal of speech-language pathology},
  volume={17 1},
PURPOSE This article describes computer software that was developed specifically for training conversational scripts and illustrates its use with 3 individuals with aphasia. METHOD Three participants with chronic aphasia (Broca's, Wernicke's, and anomic) were assessed before and after 9 weeks of a computer script training program. For each participant, 3 individualized scripts were developed, recorded on the software, and practiced sequentially at home. Weekly meetings with the speech… CONTINUE READING

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