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Cognitive-Communicative Disorders of Dementia

Definition, Diagnosis, and Treatment

by Kathryn A. Bayles

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Published by Plural Pulishing Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neurology & clinical neurophysiology,
  • Speech & language disorders & therapy,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Medical,
  • Audiology & Speech Pathology,
  • Neurology - General,
  • Medicine,
  • Cognition disorders in old age,
  • Communicative disorders in old age,
  • Complications,
  • Dementia

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages263
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9435661M
    ISBN 101597561118
    ISBN 109781597561112

    Written by internationally recognized experts, Cognitive-Communication Disorders of Dementia: Definition, Diagnosis, and Treatment, Second Edition provides students and practicing professionals with cutting-edge information on the diagnosis and treatment of cognitive-communication disorders associated with minimal cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia-related diseases. KEY FEATURES. Potential Consequences/Impact of Cognitive-Communication Impairment Can Include: Reduced awareness and ability to initiate and effectively communicate needs Reduced awareness of impairment and its degree (i.e., loss of ability to assess one's own communication effectiveness).

    Designed both as a text for classes on adult language disorders, namely the cognitive-communicative disorders associated with age-related dementia-associated disease, and as a useful handbook for professionals who work with these clients, this new book comprehensively details the definition, diagnosis, and treatment of such disorders. The authors. Pearson Aphasia and Related Cognitive-Communicative Disorders eBook. Designed for a graduate course on aphasia in adults and related cognitive disorders. This comprehensive text presents both theory and practice in a balanced treatment of impairment-based and communication-based disorders.

      Kathryn Bayles, Ph.D., is an internationally known expert on the cognitive-communicative disorders of dementia. Now Professor-Emerita at the University of Arizona, Dr. Bayles has served as Department Head of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences and Associate Director for the National Center for Neurogenic Communication Disorders.   This book describes Communication Disorders, Diagnosis and Treatment and Related Diseases Communication Disorders are: Voice-Dysphonia, laryngitis Speech-Dysarthria, apraxia Language-Aphasia Hearing loss-inability to hear Cognition -dementia Treatment: Voice disorder e.g hoarseness can be treated by ENT doctor Speech-language pathologist can help speech Hearing aids .


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Kathryn Bayles, PhD, is an internationally known expert on the cognitive-communicative disorders of dementia.

Now Professor-Emerita at the University of Arizona, Dr. Bayles has served as Department Head of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences and Associate Director for the National Center for Neurogenic Communication Disorders/5(5).

Designed both as a text for classes on adult language disorders, namely the cognitive-communicative disorders associated with age-related dementia-associated disease, and as a useful handbook for professionals who work with these clients, this new book comprehensively details the definition, diagnosis, and treatment of such disorders.5/5(4).

Written by internationally recognized experts, Cognitive-Communication Disorders of Dementia: Definition, Diagnosis, and Treatment, Second Edition, provides students and practicing professionals with cutting-edge information on the diagnosis and treatment of cognitive-communication disorders associated with minimal cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia-related by: Editorial Reviews.

Reviewer: Ilana B Friedman, BA, Edu (George Washington University) Description: This easy to use book on communication disorders associated with dementia begins with the information necessary for understanding the rest of the chapters. Some definitions were needed in order to create a standard reference for the reader, and the authors have done a nice job of providing : $ a Cognitive-Communication Disorder.

7 min read. Cognitive-communication disorders are problems with communication that have an underlying cause in a cognitive deficit rather than a primary language or speech deficit.

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Book Description. Person-centered care for persons with dementia has been developed and expanded over the last few decades. Speech-language pathologists are uniquely positioned to understand the striking impact that communication challenges have on persons with dementia and their caregivers, and can lead the charge to improve access to communication and participation.

Practice Issues. Speech-language pathology. Speech-language pathologists, in accordance with a Code of Ethics (ASHA, a), diagnose and treat children and adults with speech, spoken and written language, and swallowing disorders, including cognitive-communication disorders.A primary purpose for addressing communication and related disorders is to effect positive measurable and functional.

Ellen M. Hickey, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, is Associate Professor of speech-language pathology at Dalhousie teaching, practice, and research specialize in quality of life and treatment for persons with neurogenic communication disorders, including the cognitive-communicative disorders caused by dementia syndromes.

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Disorders impairing a patient’s communication abilities may involve voice, speech, language, hearing, and/or cognition. [1, 2] Recognizing and addressing communication disorders is important; failure to do so may result in isolation, depression, and loss of independence.[3, 4] A voice disorder exists when the voice’s quality, pitch, or volume differs from that of other persons of similar.Assessment of Cognitive-Communicative Functions in Persons With Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia of Alzheimer's Type: /ch According to world population prospects data report, older individuals, especially those aged 60 years and above, have increased substantially over the recent.The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association position statement on the role of the speech-language pathologist (SLP) statement working with persons with cognitive-communicative disorders recommends that SLP teach functional skills and develop compensatory strategies, and work with support systems.