Out now - the all new Stroke and Aphasia Handbook

This handbook provides easy-to understand information on all aspects of life following stroke from the early days to picking up the threads months and years after the event. It is also a tool to support people with aphasia in asking questions, having discussions and conversations, and making choices and decisions.

The Stroke and Aphasia Handbook was created by Susie Parr, Carole Pound, Sally Byng, and Becky Moss of Connect, in conjunctions with Bridget Long (information designer) and Caroline Firenza (illustrator). Their work has been reviewed and validated by people who have first hand experience of stroke and aphasia and by people working in healthcare and social services.

Key features include: straightforward text; signposts to further help and information; a glossary and a quick-look guide to making communication easier. The Stroke and Aphasia Handbook is the essential resource for everyone with stroke and aphasia, their family members and carers as well as healthcare, social services and voluntary sector workers.

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