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Aphasia - About Loss of Language (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Aphasia (or dysphasia) is a breakdown in normal language function. This pamphlet provides additional information on what it is, what you might notice, what you can do, and how speech therapy can help. (English) Colour

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English (255852), Chinese - Simplified (262273), Punjabi (262274)

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255852
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Acquired Apraxia of Speech - About Uncoordinated Speech (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Apraxia of speech is a motor speech disorder that causes difficulty with initiating and sequencing the sounds in words. This pamphlet contains information on what you might notice should you have apraxia, what you can do, and how speech language pathology can help. (English) Colour

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English (262269), Chinese - Simplified (262270), Punjabi (262271)

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262269
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Dysarthria - About Slurred Speech (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Dysarthria is difficulty speaking due to weakness, slowness, or incoordination of the muscles used for speech (mouth, face, voice, and breathing).This pamphlet contains information on what you might notice should you have dysarthria, what you can do, and how speech language pathology can help. (English) Colour

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English (255854), Chinese - Simplified (262267), Punjabi (262268)

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255854
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Swallowing Problems (Dysphagia) (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Some people have problems swallowing when eating solid food and/or drinking liquids. When you have trouble swallowing, we call it ‘dysphagia’ (sounds like dis-fay-jah). (English) Colour

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265402
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Changes in Cognition, Vision, and Perception After a Stroke (Surrey Memorial Hospital) [English] Permalink Public

This pamphlet explains the possible changes in your thinking or cognitive function after a stroke. It includes what can happen to your awareness, attention span, processing of what you hear and see, memory, and problem-solving. This pamphlet is part of an education series offered in High Intensity Rehab, Laurel Place. (English) Colour

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English (265825), Hindi (265856), Punjabi (265857)

Catalogue Number:
265825
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Communicating and Swallowing After a Stroke (Surrey Memorial Hospital) [English] Permalink Public

After a stroke, you could have difficulties communicating and/or problems swallowing. This pamphlet describes ways you can help a person with either of these problems. This pamphlet is part of an education series offered in High Intensity Rehab, Laurel Place. (English) Colour

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English (265823), Hindi (265858), Punjabi (265859)

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265823
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Coping with Emotional Changes After a Stroke (Surrey Memorial Hospital) [English] Permalink Public

Sometimes our emotions seem to come “out of the blue” and are “uncontrollable” – this is called emotional lability. Anxiety, anger, frustration, depression, withdrawal, decreased motivation for therapy or re-learning can all be common. This pamphlet summarizes these changes and what you can do to help deal with them. This pamphlet is part of an education series offered in High Intensity Rehab, Laurel Place. (English) Black & White

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265824
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Physical Changes After a Stroke (Surrey Memorial Hospital) [English] Permalink Public

This pamphlet explains some of the physical changes that can happen after a stroke such as changes in balance, bowel and bladder function, muscle strength, and sensation. This pamphlet is part of an education series offered in High Intensity Rehab, Laurel Place. (English) Colour

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English (265822), Hindi (265854), Punjabi (265855)

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265822
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Transitioning Home After a Stroke (Surrey Memorial Hospital) [English] Permalink Public

Patients are often nervous when a ‘discharge date’ goes up in their room on the first week of their stay. However, discharge is part of your rehab journey, and your rehab team supports you in your transition home. This pamphlet is part of an education series offered in High Intensity Rehab, Laurel Place. (English) Colour

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Catalogue Number:
265826
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Understanding Stroke: Risk Factors and How the Brain Works (Surrey Memorial Hospital) [English] Permalink Public

This pamphlet explains what a stroke is, the types of stroke, what makes a person more likely to have a stroke, and how the brain works. This pamphlet is part of an education series offered in High Intensity Rehab, Laurel Place. (English) Colour

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English (265688), Hindi (265852), Punjabi (265853)

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265688
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