Intensive Versus Distributed Aphasia Therapy: A Nonrandomized, Parallel-Group, Dosage-Controlled Study.

@article{Dignam2015IntensiveVD,
  title={Intensive Versus Distributed Aphasia Therapy: A Nonrandomized, Parallel-Group, Dosage-Controlled Study.},
  author={Jade K Dignam and David A. Copland and Eril McKinnon and Penni Burfein and Kate O'Brien and Anna M Farrell and Amy Denise Rodriguez},
  journal={Stroke},
  year={2015},
  volume={46 8},
  pages={2206-11}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Most studies comparing different levels of aphasia treatment intensity have not controlled the dosage of therapy provided. Consequently, the true effect of treatment intensity in aphasia rehabilitation remains unknown. Aphasia Language Impairment and Functioning Therapy is an intensive, comprehensive aphasia program. We investigated the efficacy of a dosage-controlled trial of Aphasia Language Impairment and Functioning Therapy, when delivered in an intensive versus… CONTINUE READING
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