Monthly Archives: November 2016

“I think I’ve brushed my teeth for the last time.” Audrey Holland, quoting a person with ALS on her last visit with him.

Originally posted on Relationship and Reflection in Aphasia Therapy:
  Death is not a frequent travel companion for those of us who are speech and language therapists, yet there are times when it makes its presence known.    In my…

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Reflection on disability and identity: the neverending story.

On November 19th this year, Marilyn Certner Smith and I will be presenting on relationship and reflection in aphasia therapy at the national convention of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association in Philadelphia.  As usual, we are tweaking slides and engaging … Continue reading

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