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Course Description

This course reviewed the literature on typical language recovery patterns for bilingual adults with aphasia, and how these patterns should be considered in the evaluation, trial, development of the treatment plan and implementation of an AAC device, for these patients. It also explored factors of bilingual language processing and cultural considerations, as well as the Code of Ethics we practice.

Meet the Presenters

Faye Stillman, M.S., CCC-SLP/ATP

Faye Stillman is an ASHA certified Florida licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and a RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional. She has authored three books and presented at ASHA and ATIA.



 Vanessa Stocki, MS, CCC-SLP

Vanessa Stocki has practiced as a Speech Language Pathologist in the medical setting with pediatric and adult population for almost 9 years.


Course Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

            •  Describe three ethical considerations needed in the assessment of a bilingual patient with acquired communication disorder
            • State three examples from research on the impairment and recovery patterns that have been observed in bilingual patients with acquired communication disorder
            • List three examples of tools that can facilitate the evaluation and AAC trial process for a bilingual patient with acquired communication disorder

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