Modifying Outcome Measures for Use with Persons Post-Stroke with Aphasia

Modifying Outcome Measures for Use with Persons Post-Stroke with Aphasia

Many individuals who have had a stroke resulting in aphasia experience persistent changes in participation in daily living, social, leisure, and productive activities. Choosing appropriate outcome measures can be challenging when working with individuals with aphasia, as many measures require auditory, reading, and/or numerical comprehension as well as written or verbal output, all skills that can be difficult for people who struggle to communicate. This webinar will explore key strategies for modifying measures in order to increase accessibility for people with aphasia.

After taking part in this webinar, participants will:

  1. Recognize the challenges and solutions in using outcome measures with persons post-stroke with aphasia.
  2. Understand key principles for effectively modifying outcome measures for people with aphasia.
  3. Identify outcome measures relevant for use with persons post-stroke with aphasia.

This purchase is for the March 28, 2017, On-Demand Practice Evidence Webinar archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.
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Sue Berger and Anne EscherĀ 

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