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  • A Rare Case of Prolonged Ictal Aphasia. [Journal Article]
  • NJNeurodiagn J 2019; 59(2):104-111
  • Katyal R, De Sousa E, Sultan F
  • Aphasia is commonly seen in focal brain lesions. Prolonged aphasia from an ictal state is rarely reported. We report the case of a 62-year-old man with focal motor status epilepticus manifested initi…
  • Help-seeking and people with aphasia who have mood problems after stroke: perspectives of speech-language pathologists. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Lang Commun Disord 2019 Jun 17
  • Ryan B, Bohan J, Kneebone I
  • CONCLUSIONS: SLPs report both universal barriers to help-seeking and those specific to their clients with aphasia and attempts to overcome these; however, there appears to be a dearth of accessible mental health services for people with aphasia known to SLPs, including psychological/counselling professionals who are skilled in communicating with people with aphasia. Health professionals working within and across post-stroke and mental health services should recognize that people with post-stroke aphasia are susceptible to a decline in mental health, are amenable to formal (and tailored) psychological support, and can be supported to seek help.
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