Speech language pathologists' opinions of constraint-induced language therapy.

@article{Page2014SpeechLP,
  title={Speech language pathologists' opinions of constraint-induced language therapy.},
  author={Stephen J. Page and Sarah E. Wallace},
  journal={Topics in stroke rehabilitation},
  year={2014},
  volume={21 4},
  pages={332-8}
}
BACKGROUND Constraint-induced language therapy (CILT) has received recent attention as a possible intervention to improve expressive language in people with nonfluent aphasia. Difficulties have been reported with the practical implementation of constraint-induced movement therapy due to its intensive treatment parameters. It remains unknown whether similar challenges may exist with CILT. OBJECTIVE To determine the opinions of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) about CILT for people with… CONTINUE READING