NEW! Pointing Pictures: Aphasia Communication Book
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NEW! Pointing Pictures: Handy Picture Communication Book for Adults with Speech Difficulties from Aphasia, Stroke
Pointing Pictures is a handy, pocket-sized picture communication book for adults living with aphasia to assist with understanding words and expressing ideas. This unique book was created by aphasia patient Keri Andrews to help her find her words following her stroke. It is perfect for adults with communication disorders serving as a simple and easy-to-use reference with visual category tabs and clear colorful pictures. Size: 72 pages, compact size 4"x 6" x .5", spiral bound so it opens flat. Picture size: approx. 1.5" x 1.5".
- Health & Speech
- Calendars - monthly, weekly, weather, clock
- Foods - coffee, menus
- Places - transportation
- Home - clothes, makeup, personal care, kitchen, furniture, office
Amazon Customer Quotes:
"As someone who works with aphasia patients and sees first hand how this can affects ones ability to communicate effectively and often reduces their independence; this is an excellent tool. I not only appreciate the thought that went into this book such as family contacts and size of the photos; I appreciate the assembly of the book. It’s pocket sized, allowing to travel with people as well as spiral bound allowing for a key ring or attachment for quick reference. It is also subtle and has the right details! Great tool!."
"This spiral bound book is a great resource for those needing help to communicate due to aphasia. The topics included are universally needed to communicate time, health needs, shopping, getting dressed, transportation, and more. It’s also small enough to put in a coat pocket or a purse to have on the go enabling greater independence."