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Talking About: The Complete Series (originally Working Together Series) – Aphasia Institute
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Talking About: The Complete Series (originally Working Together Series)

$150.00$300.00

If you work or live in Ontario, you may be eligible for free downloads of this product!

The “Talking About: The Complete Series” (originally the “Working Together: The Complete Series”) combines all 21 pictographic resources from our “Talking About … series”

This pictographic series (formerly the Working Together Series) provides topic-based conversation support to facilitate patient education for people with aphasia, and people with limited English language skills. It is based on the techniques of Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia™ (SCA™), developed by the Aphasia Institute.

Included are the following titles, also available individually:

  • Using the Conversational Supports
  • Using The Client Resources
  • Abuse
  • Arthritis and You
  • Continence Care
  • Daily Living
  • Death and Grieving
  • Diabetes
  • Eating
  • Falls Prevention
  • Food
  • Hearing Loss and You
  • Heart Disease and You
  • Medical Tests
  • Medication
  • Meeting About You
  • Osteoporosis
  • Recreation and Leisure
  • Stroke and Aphasia
  • Transitions
  • Transportation

NOTE: Resource content is gathered by consulting experts on these topics. To the best of our knowledge, this information is accurate. Although we are not experts on these topics, we are experts in how to communicate information to people who know more than they can say (i.e. people with aphasia or other communication challenges).

 

Weight 3.0 kg
Dimensions 29.5 × 27.5 × 6.5 cm
Format

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"The value of formal SCATM training has been immense for me – both in practical applications and in “grand ideas” for the future. It has really re-focused my [Speech-Language Pathology] SLP practice on the practical outcome of increasing life participation and independence/autonomy in future conversations. "
- Anonymous
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