Coordinating respiration, vocalization, and articulation: Rehabilitating apraxic and dysarthric voices of people with neurological damage

Baker, Felicity and Tamplin, Jeanette (2011). Coordinating respiration, vocalization, and articulation: Rehabilitating apraxic and dysarthric voices of people with neurological damage. In Felicity Baker and Sylka Uhlig (Ed.), Voicework in music therapy: Research and practice (pp. 189-205) London, United Kingdom: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

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Author Baker, Felicity
Tamplin, Jeanette
Title of chapter Coordinating respiration, vocalization, and articulation: Rehabilitating apraxic and dysarthric voices of people with neurological damage
Title of book Voicework in music therapy: Research and practice
Place of Publication London, United Kingdom
Publisher Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 9781849051651
1849051658
Editor Felicity Baker
Sylka Uhlig
Chapter number 9
Start page 189
End page 205
Total pages 17
Total chapters 17
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Neurological damage caused by stroke, neurological disease, or brain
injury may lead to severe communication impairments - apraxia,
dysarthria, aphasia, or a combination of these. Clients with communication
impairments such as these are often unable to articulate words clearly or
coordinate respiration in order to achieve phonation. These substantial
problems have a negative impact on community reintegration and may lead
to a breakdown in family and social relationships. Improving functional
communication for people with such impairments is imperative to their
long-term quality of life. [from book chapter]
Q-Index Code B1
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Institutional Status UQ

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