Evidensbaserad logopedisk intervention av grammatiska svårigheter och nedsatt diskursförmåga vid afasi : En systematisk kunskapsöversikt av behandlingsmetoder
Sammanfattning: Aphasia is defined as an acquired language impairment and is often caused by stroke. The impairment can affect the person in many ways depending on the severity, and lasting effects often have a negative impact on the persons participation and communication. Currently there are no national guidelines for aphasia following stroke containing named interventions. The purpose of our study is to compose an evidence-based summation of interventions for aphasia currently in use which specifically target grammatical and discourse impairment. A systematic literature search was conducted, and the included studies were assessed. This resulted in a summation of ten included interventions for treating grammatical and discourse impairment. Persistently, the studies were of poor quality, had a flawed design and had a low number of participants. The majority of the interventions were, in spite of the occasional substantial theoretical framework, considered to have insufficient evidence base. There is a need for more extensive, high-quality studies for speech-language pathologists to be able to carry out evidence-based therapy in accordance with the recently published national guidelines for stroke.
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