Table of Contents

A case of anomic aphasia / Nadine Martin and Jacqueline Hinckley.
Intervention for anomic aphasia from a functional perspective / Jacqueline Hinckley.
Intervention for anomic aphasia from a cognitive impairment-based perspective / Nadine Martin.
Cognitive and functional interventions for anomic aphasia : convergences and divergences / Jacqueline Hinckley and Nadine Martin. A case of letter-by-letter reading / Linda Garcia.
A treatment plan for a letter-by-letter reader : intervention from an integrated perspective / Linda Garcia.
The state of impairment- and consequences-based treatments for aphasia : final commentary / Argye Hillis, Linda Worrall, and Cynthia K. Thompson. A case of nonfluent aphasia and agrammatism / Cynthia K. Thompson and Linda Worrall.
Impairment-based treatment for agrammatism from a neurolinguistic perspective / Cynthia K. Thompson.
Intervention for agrammatism from a consequences perspective / Linda Worrall.
Impairment and life consequences approaches for treatment of nonfluent aphasia with agrammatism : convergences and divergences / Linda Worrall and Cynthia K. Thompson. A case of severe apraxia of speech and aphasia / David Howard and Nina Simmons-Mackie.
Intervention in a case of severe apraxia of speech and aphasia : a functional-social perspective / Nina Simmons-Mackie.
Treatment in a case of severe apraxia of speech and aphasia : an impairment-based perspective.
David howard.
Impairment and functional-social approaches for severe apraxia of speech and aphasia : convergences and divergences / Nina Simmons-Mackie and David Howard. Approaches to aphasia treatment / Cynthia K. Thompson and Linda Worrall.
A case of fluent aphasia / Anna Basso and Audrey L. Holland.
Treatment for fluent aphasia from a cognitive-impairment perspective / Anna Basso.
Concentrating on the consequences : consequence-oriented treatment / Audrey L. Holland.
Impairment and life consequences approaches for fluent aphasia : convergences and divergences / Audrey L. Holland and Anna Basso. This case-based book specifically contrasts impairment- and consequences-focused treatment for persons with aphasia that enables clinicians to evaluate for themselves the relative contributions that each approach provides, to evaluate their relative strengths and weaknesses, and finally to seek common ground. In each of the cases, detailed descriptions and assessment results are provided and clinical management plans, representing each approach, are presented by internationally recognized experts in aphasia rehabilitation.