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  • The Logic and the Actuality of Training for Aphasia ― Tips for New Speech Therapists
    The Logic and the Actuality of Training for Aphasia ― Tips for New Speech Therapists
    • Edited and Written by: Tsutomu Suzuki
    • Published: 2010 / ISBN978-4-89590-361-5

    The purpose of this book is set to hand down the more experienced STs' knowledge from their experience to the new STs. Authors who are full of experiences go into details on the contents and courses of trainings, and offers detailed responses, ingenuities, ways to use learning materials, and thought processes. There are lots of tips with empirical proof for new speech therapists.

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  • Language Training Course for Aphasia in a Worksheet Format
    Language Training Course for Aphasia in a Worksheet Format
    • Edited by: Morihiro Sugishita
    • Written by: Yoshihiro Takayama, Isao Henmi, Myumi Hirozane
    • Published: 2003 / ISBN978-4-89590-193-2

    The feature of this text is that once the reader learns the basic points concerning aphasia and its rehabilitation training, one can go on and practice the actual training on worksheets. First of all, the text describes the problems in treatment, and shows the structure of the brain and the localization of aphasia by MRI, and specifically illustrates the statistical tools which measure the effects of training in rehabilitation. The text then goes on to explaining the flow of language training, and the theory that became its background. By the time one reads the above topic, one would have acquired the basic points in rehabilitation training.

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  • Training Tools for Aphasia 139 Training Tools and their Usages
    Training Tools for Aphasia 139 Training Tools and their Usages
    • Edited by: Tsutomu Suzuki, Toshiko Watamori
    • Published: 1999 / ISBN978-4-89590-092-8

    This text is a compilation of 139 highly selected training tools which are typical and actually used in the language training of aphasia. Usages of these tools and points to be aware of, and the keys in creating training tools are clearly illustrated. Moreover, the training tools are classified into 7 divisions, and useful information for these tools is added as appendix. This is a related edition of “Group Training for Aphasia”―The Basics and 122 Exercises”; indispensable for people involved with speech therapy.

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  • Group Training for Aphasia The Basics and 122 Exercises
    Group Training for Aphasia The Basics and 122 Exercises
    • Edited by: Tsutomu Suzuki, Noriko Sano, Kaoru Tsuruta, Toshiko Watamori Setsuko Ogawa
    • Published: 1994 / ISBN978-4-89590-030-0

    In the first half of this text, effective procedures in carrying out group trainings are illustrated according to each plot, such as the hospital, friends' gatherings, and welfare facilities for the aged. The latter half is spared for 122 carefully selected exercises in which one can experience enjoyable and fulfilling trainings. It is an essential reading for speech therapists and instructors, nurses, health nurses, and volunteers who are involved in group activities with patients with communication disorders.

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  • The Professional:  Speech Therapists
    The Professional: Speech Therapists
    • Edited by: Japanese Association of Speech-Language-Hearing Therapists
    • Published: 2012 / ISBN978-4-89590-424-7

    “Hatsukoi (The First Love)” is the first TV show in Japan which features a speech-language-hearing therapist as a heroine, and gained a high rating. This book gives you the insight into the actual work and the role of speech-language-hearing therapists with the therapy scenes from the show.

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  • Alexia without Agraphia One Can Write but Cannot Read
    Alexia without Agraphia One Can Write but Cannot Read
    • Supervised by: Toshiko Watamori
    • Written by: Ariko Tsuchimoto
    • Published: 2002 / ISBN978-4-89590-182-6

    One day suddenly, you cannot read ― although you are able to see and write. You cannot read the words that you have just written down. Can you imagine such case? This strange disorder is explained by the disabled persons themselves, and also with descriptions by frontline researchers. This text endeavors to get to the bottom of the world of brain by looking at it from various aspects.

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  • Speech-Language Therapy for Severely Aphasia
    Speech-Language Therapy for Severely Aphasia
    • Edited by: Tsutomu Suzuki
    • Published: 2013 / ISBN978-4-89590-447-6

    Fourteen aphasia experts discuss various essential topics extensively from support for severely aphasic patients and their families, to tips for observing and exanimating the patients, clinical in acute, recovery, and adjustment stage, evaluation and training, meaning and role of group training, auxiliary methods for communication, and more . This book is the hands-down definitive work on severely aphasic for speech and language therapists.

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  • Live in the Present― Diaries of STs and Patients
    Live in the Present― Diaries of STs and Patients
    • Edited by: Tokyo Speech-Language-Hearing Therapists Association
    • Published: 2013 / ISBN978-4-89590-450-6

    Describing the process of where patients with speech impairment and their families trying to rebuild their lives with a help from speech and language therapists in details, this rare textbook gives an account of what ST’s works entail as well as providing patients and their families some how to look for hints of recovery.

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