b'CommunicationELDERLY/DEMENTIATreating Cognitive-Communication Disorders in Adults, Naomi GurevichComprehensive resource for treating adults diagnosed with acquired neurogenic disorders for cognitive-communication, language, and speech deficits. Contains 75 paired photos (150 total) and manual with in-depth instructions for a wide range of age-appropriate intervention activities that are versatile and flexible. Includes sample short- and long-term goals and advice on how to document each activity, relying on conceptual frameworks and treatment approaches. All use photos and are not tied to any one language. Manual includes an index of goals and an index of disorders with two appendices, one addressing goal writing and one containing client-education handouts.Contains: 150 cards, manualCommunication Activities with Adults,#83455$110.00 eaJayne Comins, Felicity Llewellyn, and Judy OffilerCalifornia residents, see left page.More than 100 graded communication activities. For clients with aphasia, memory deficits, and mild dementia. Can be used with groups, but activities can be adapted for individual therapy. ActivitiesHeres How to Treat Dementia, Jennifer include cued responses, short answers, longerL. Loehr and Megan L. MaloneThe only answers, non-verbal activities, and reading andcomprehensive field manual needed while writing activities.working with individuals with dementia, covering 128 pages, softcover assessment to plan of care and discharge. This #82414$48.00 ea timely resource gives ready access to information needed to assess, treat, and document care. Far California residents, see left page. from a cookbook approach to dementia care, this offers valuable information on: Staging of dementiaGoal setting (including documentation) Treatment trends Provides functional tips and intervention strategies for critical thinking to formulate personalized care plans specific to strengths. Also includes reproducible documentation and data collection forms and educational handouts.FAX800.437.2966180 pages, softcover#83108$139.00 eaCalifornia residents, see left page. AliMed.com/speech 800.225.2610How to Communicate with Alzheimers,Engaging and Communicating with People Susan KohlerThis practical guide and workbookWho Have Dementia, Eileen EisnerA trove of helps connect to clients with Alzheimers,advice on how to identify peoples strengths and dementia, confusion, and memory lossand anypreferences and then use them to improve activity, condition that affects communication. It can beprogramming, communication, and functional used by therapists, caregivers, friends, andindependence. Ready for use today, this work families coping with lost communication with theprovides suggestions for individualizing activities, client or loved one. Provides how-to approachesinteractions, or interventions at any moment of the to facilitate communication, gives a solid base ofday. Provides assessment forms and instructional practical (not medical) knowledge (e.g., where toexplanations and examples to build on each go for further help), and helps increase awarenesspersons unique abilities. Includes guidelines of communication difficulties. Includes chapters onfor matching activities to early, middle, and late the importance of communication, deterioration stages and strategies for adapting them as abilities of communication, communication strengths,decline. Has advice on available technologies to strategies, activities, troubleshooting difficultenhance communication, promote independence, behavior, and resources and references.and stimulate cognition. 138 pages, wire-bound 215 pages, softcover#83065$22.00 ea #83105$67.75 eaCalifornia residents, see left page. California residents, see left page.49'