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  • Author:
    Sarah Lock,Ray Wilkinson,Karen Bryan
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    0863886892
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    Routledge; 1 edition (July 11, 2008)
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Sarah Lock, Ray Wilkinson.

By Sarah Lock, Ray Wilkinson, Karen Bryan. The SPPARC" pack consists of a manual, CD Rom and DVD and provides: practical resources to run, support and conversation training programmes either for groups of partners or for the partner and the person with aphasia together as a couple; conversation assessment and treatment materials, photocopiable and printable (from the CD Rom) activities and handouts, as well as an introduction to conversational analysis

oceedings{Lock2001SpparcSP, title {Spparc: Supporting Partners of People . Programmes Key to Terrminology, Abbreviations, Symbols, Signs and Design 2 Background to the Support Programme Chapter 3 Introducing the Support Programme Providing Psychosocial.

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Sarah Lock; Karen Bryan; Ray Wilkinson SPPARC: Supporting Partners of People with Aphasia in Relationships and Conversation (Bk. 1-3). ISBN 13: 9780863882784. SPPARC: Supporting Partners of People with Aphasia in Relationships and Conversation (Bk. Sarah Lock; Karen Bryan; Ray Wilkinson. ISBN 10: 0863882781 ISBN 13: 9780863882784. Publisher: Routledge, 2001.

Supporting Partners of People with Aphasia in Relationships and Cconversation (SPPARC) more. by Karen Bryan more.

Ray wilkinson: publications (1995-2015). Books/Special Issues. 2015) Conversation and aphasia: Advances in analysis and intervention. 1. Wilkinson, R. (E. (2015) Conversation and aphasia: Advances in analysis and intervention. Houten: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum (239 pages). 4. Lock, . & Bryan, K. (2001) Supporting Partners of People with Aphasia in Relationships and Conversation (SPPARC). Bicester: Speechmark Press (424 pages). Articles and Book Chapters.

It focuses particularly on one part of that resource: the SPPARC Conversation Training Programme, which adapts conversation analysis for clinical use. The paper describes the stages involved in assessing and working on conversation in everyday life

The SPPARC pack consists of 3 manuals and vIdeo casstte

The SPPARC pack consists of 3 manuals and vIdeo casstte. Practical resources to run support and conversation training programmes either for groups of partners or for the partner and the person with aphasia together as a couple

Garden City, NY: Anchor Books. Communication strategies used by 'good' versus 'poor' speaking partners of individuals with aphasia. Aphasiology, 13 (9-11), 807-820.

Paper presented at the 3rd Nordic Aphasia Conference, Helsinki, Finland. 93. Schegloff EA, Jefferson G, Sacks H. (1977). The preference for self-correction in the organization of repair in conversation. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books. 101. Brown P, Levinson SC. (1987). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

"SPPARC" highlights the importance of working with partners in order to create real life change both for partners and for people with aphasia. "The SPPARC" pack consists of a manual, CD Rom and DVD and provides: practical resources to run, support and conversation training programmes either for groups of partners or for the partner and the person with aphasia together as a couple; conversation assessment and treatment materials, photocopiable and printable (from the CD Rom) activities and handouts, as well as an introduction to conversational analysis; and, a DVD with 27 extracts of everyday conversations between several people with aphasia and their partners, which can be used as a resource both for assessing everyday conversation and for facilitating change.Theoretically validated through the 'Coping with Communicating' research project from University College London, "SPPARC" goes beyond the theory and provides a complete resource of clinically effective tools to work with people with aphasia and their communication partners.