ISBN-10:
0789003414
ISBN-13:
2900789003415
Pub. Date:
05/28/1998
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
After Stroke: Enchancing Quality of Life / Edition 1

After Stroke: Enchancing Quality of Life / Edition 1

by Wallace Sife
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    ISBN-13: 2900789003415
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis
    Publication date: 05/28/1998
    Edition description: New Edition
    Pages: 292
    Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

    Table of Contents

    Contents
    Introduction

    • Part I: Clinical Perspectives
    • Pathophysiology of Stroke
    • The Psychiatry of Stroke
    • Focused Stroke Rehabilitation Programs: A Review of Prospective Controlled Trials
    • Psychological Studies in Stroke Rehabilitation
    • Stroke as Chronic Illness: Living to the Fullest
    • How Common Is Depression Following Stroke?
    • Stroke and Quality of Life: Intimacy and Sexuality Poststroke
    • Part II: Professional Contributions
    • Nursing Care of the Stroke Patient: The Essence of Healing
    • Rehabilitation Nursing on a Stroke Unit
    • Aphasia: Rehabilitation and Recovery from Loss
    • Dysphagia: Swallowing Disorders Following a Stroke
    • Management of the Communicatively Challenged Adult After Stroke: Partners in Rehabilitation
    • The Speech/Language Pathologist: Bridging the Communication Gap
    • The Role of Physical Therapy in Multidisciplinary Stroke Rehabilitation
    • Occupational Therapy Intervention in the Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients
    • Therapeutic Recreation and the Rehabilitation of the Stroke Patient
    • The Nature of Suffering and the Goals of Medicine
    • The Role of the Social Worker on a Stroke Rehabilitation Unit
    • Part III: Personal Reflections
    • Stroke! This Isn't the Script I Was Writing!
    • AHA! There Is a Reason
    • The Words I Lost
    • Aphasia, as Seen by an Aphasic
    • The Language Loss of Patricia Neal and Helen Wulf
    • Self-Portrait of an Aphasic (From a Personal and Professional Viewpoint)
    • The Plight of the One-Armed Paperhanger
    • The Perils of Travel, Following a Stroke
    • Planning a Trip When the Traveler Has a Disability
    • Part IV: Healing Dimensions
    • The Interests and Activities of AARP in Quality of Life Issues and Stroke Patients and Their Families
    • New Concept in Stroke Rehabilitation
    • Conquering Community Barriers: Stroke Rehabilitation
    • Surviving a Stroke: The Miracles of Science and Spirit
    • Self-Empowerment in Healing
    • Index
    • Reference Notes Included

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