My Journey Continues: A Resource of Stories about Life with Aphasia to Share with Clients

Susan Valensky, Katie Strong

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Abstract

Creating and sharing stories about life with aphasia can be a positive experience. This poster highlights an independent study that reviewed current literature supporting the use of personal narratives to reconstruct identity in individuals with aphasia. Online resources such as, blogs and other websites that feature and provide an opportunity for individuals to share their story about what it is like living with aphasia will be showcased. Additionally, online resources for caregivers to share their stories of how their life has been impacted by aphasia will be featured. Resources identified by this project will be provided in written format for clinicians to share with clients who may be interested in learning about other aphasia recovery journeys and to share their own.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Mar 24 2019
EventMichigan Speech Language Hearing Association Annual Conference - East Lansing, MI
Duration: Mar 24 2019Mar 24 2019

Conference

ConferenceMichigan Speech Language Hearing Association Annual Conference
Period03/24/1903/24/19

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