Barkin' Dog

Barkin' Dog

How to Talk With Aphasia

Book - 2004
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Ed Bas is a journalist, a father, a runner, and an aphasic survivor. He had a stroke in June 2002. He began writing this book one week after his stroke and continued working on it for the following two years. Barkin' Dog: How to Talk with Aphasia is recommended for people who have aphasia and their families. Aphasia sufferers are those who have lost some of their ability to speak or read language due to a stroke. Losing the ability to communicate is a tremendous dilemma. Mr. Bas courageously and frankly discusses reading, writing, exercise, diet, medicine, computers/software, contacts, suffering and loving for stroke victors.
Publisher: Baltimore : PublishAmerica, c2004.
ISBN: 9781413730623
Branch Call Number: 616.8552 B297
Characteristics: 217 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.


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Ed Bas, journalist and stroke survivor, chronicles his life with aphasia and his path to recovery.

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