Alternative Communication Studies

Year Title Design Number Treatment Types
1968 Sarno, M. T. (1968). Preliminary report: A study of recovery in severe aphasia using programmed instruction. In J. W. Black & E. G. Jancosek (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Language Retraining for Aphasics. Washington, D.C.: Department of Health, G b/t 29 Programmed instruction vs. trad tx vs. no tx
1974 Oradei, D. M., Waite, N. S. (1974). Group psychotherapy with stroke patients during the immediate recovery phase. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 44, 386-395. CS 8 Group Therapy
1976 Gardner, H., Zurif, E. B., Berry, T., & Baker, E. (1976). Visual communication in aphasia. Neuropsychologia, 14, 275-292. SS 5 Visual Communication System
1978 Rao, P. R., & Horner, J. (1978). Gesture as a deblocking modality in a severe aphasic patient. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 8 (pp. 180-187). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. CS 1 Gesture Therapy
1979 Simmons, N. N., & Zorthian, A. (1979). Use of symbolic gestures in a case of fluent aphasia. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 9 (pp. 278-285). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. CS 1 Gesture tx using Amerind signs
1981 Newhoff, M., Bugbee, J. K., & Ferreira, A. (1981). A change of PACE: Spouses as treatment targets. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 11 (pp. 234-243) Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 4 Spouse tx using PACE
1982 Tonkovich, J. D., & Loverso, F. L. (1982). A training matrix approach for gestural acquisition by the agrammatic patient. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 12 (pp. 283-288). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers SS 4 Matrix training
1982 Aten, J. L., Caligiuri, M. P., & Holland, A. L. (1982). The efficacy of functional communication therapy for chronic aphasic patients. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 47, 93-96. G w/in 7 Functional Communication Therapy
1982 Kearns, K. P., Simmons, N. N., & Sisterhen, C. (1982). Gestural sign (Amer-Ind) as a facilitator of verbalization in patients with aphasia. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 12 (pp. 183-191). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 2 Gestural sign to cue verbalization
1982 Doyle, P. J., Holland, A. L. (1982). Clinical management of a patient with pure word deafness. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 12 (pp. 138-147). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. CS 1 Sign language (receptive) for word deafness
1982 Salvatore, A. P. (1982). Artificial language learning in brain damaged adults using a matrix-training procedure. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 12 (pp. 298-308). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 6 Matrix training
1982 Helm-Estabrooks, N., Fitzpatrick, P. M., & Barresi, B. (1982). Visual action therapy for global aphasia. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 47, 385-389. G w/in 8 Visual Action Therapy
1983 Holland, A. L., Swindell, C. S., & Fromm, D. (1983). A model treatment approach for the acutely aphasic patient. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 13 (pp. 44-51). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. G b/t 12 Conversational vs. didactic + conversational
1983 Potter, R. E., Goodman, N. J. (1983). The implementation of laughter as a therapy facilitator with adult aphasics. Journal of Communication Disorders, 16, 41-48. SS 2 Laughter
1984 Thompson, C. K., & Byrne, M. E. (1984). Across setting generalization of social conventions in aphasia: An experimental analysis of “loose training.” In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 14 (pp. 132-144). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 3 Training social communication conventions.
1985 Johannsen-Horbach, H., Cegla, B., Mager, U., Schempp, B., & Wallesch, C-W. (1985). Treatment of chronic global aphasia with a nonverbal communication system. Brain and Language, 24, 74-82. CS 4 Blissymbols: Nonverbal Comm System
1987 Morgan, A. L. R., & Helm-Estabrooks, N. (1987). Back to the drawing board: a treatment program for nonverbal aphasic patients. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 17 (pp. 64-72). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 2 Drawing
1987 Simmons, N. N., Kearns, K. P., & Potechin, G. (1987). Treatment of aphasia through family member training. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 17 (pp. 106-142). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 1 Spouse Training Program
1987 Borenstein, P., Linell, S., & Währborg, P. (1987). An innovative therapeutic program for aphasia patients and their relatives. Scandinavian Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 19, 51-56. CS 9 Group Therapy
1987 Steele, R.D., Weinrich, M., Kleczewska, M.K., Carlson, G.S., & Wertz, R.T. (1987). Evaluating performance of severely aphasic patients on a computer-aided visual communication system. In R.H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 17 (pp. 46-54). SS 1 C-VIC
1988 Petheram, B. (1988). Enabling stroke victims to interact with a microcomputer: a comparison of input devices. International Disabilities Studies, 10, 73-80. SS 12 Communication Facilitation: Computer
1989 Marshall, R. C. et al. (1989). Home Treatment for Aphasic Patients by Trained Nonprofessionals. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 54, 462-470. G b/t 94 Trained Home Therapy
1989 Garrett, K. L., Beukelman, D. R., & Low-Morrow, D. (1989). A comprehensive augmentative communication system for an adult with Broca’s aphasia. AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 55-61. CS 1 Multimodal
1989 Steele, R. D., Weinrich, M., Wertz, R. T., Kleczewska, M. K., & Carlson, G. S. (1989). Computer-based visual communication in aphasia. Neuropsychologia, 27, 409-426. SS 5 C-VIC
1989 Lyon, J. G., & Sims, E. (1989). Drawing: Its use as a communicative aid with aphasic and normal adults. In T. E. Prescott (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 18 (pp. 339-356). Austin, TX: PRO-ED. G b/t 16 Drawing