Deborah Hersh
Deborah Hersh
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What people with aphasia want: Their goals according to the ICF
L Worrall, S Sherratt, P Rogers, T Howe, D Hersh, A Ferguson, ...
Aphasiology 25 (3), 309-322, 2011
A core outcome set for aphasia treatment research: The ROMA consensus statement
SJ Wallace, L Worrall, T Rose, G Le Dorze, C Breitenstein, K Hilari, ...
International journal of stroke 14 (2), 180-185, 2019
‘You needed to rehab… families as well’: family members’ own goals for aphasia rehabilitation
T Howe, B Davidson, L Worrall, D Hersh, A Ferguson, S Sherratt, J Gilbert
International journal of language & communication disorders 47 (5), 511-521, 2012
SMARTER goal setting in aphasia rehabilitation
D Hersh, L Worrall, T Howe, S Sherratt, B Davidson
Aphasiology 26 (2), 220-233, 2012
“Ward talk”: Nurses’ interaction with people with and without aphasia in the very early period poststroke
D Hersh, E Godecke, E Armstrong, N Ciccone, J Bernhardt
Aphasiology 30 (5), 609-628, 2016
The impact of stuttering on development of self-identity, relationships, and quality of life in women who stutter
C Nang, D Hersh, K Milton, SR Lau
American journal of speech-language pathology 27 (3S), 1244-1258, 2018
“Well it has to be language-related”: Speech-language pathologists' goals for people with aphasia and their families
S Sherratt, L Worrall, C Pearson, T Howe, D Hersh, B Davidson
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 13 (4), 317-328, 2011
Development and validation of Australian aphasia rehabilitation best practice statements using the RAND/UCLA appropriateness method
E Power, E Thomas, L Worrall, M Rose, L Togher, L Nickels, D Hersh, ...
BMJ open 5 (7), e007641, 2015
The evidence for a life-coaching approach to aphasia
L Worrall, K Brown, M Cruice, B Davidson, D Hersh, T Howe, S Sherratt
Aphasiology 24 (4), 497-514, 2010
Stroke management: updated recommendations for treatment along the care continuum
L Wright, KM Hill, J Bernhardt, R Lindley, L Ada, BV Bajorek, PA Barber, ...
Internal medicine journal 42 (5), 562-569, 2012
How do people with aphasia view their discharge from therapy?
D Hersh
Aphasiology 23 (3), 331-350, 2009
Living with the altered self: a qualitative study of life after total laryngectomy
J Bickford, J Coveney, J Baker, D Hersh
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 15 (3), 324-333, 2013
Beyond the ‘plateau’: Discharge dilemmas in chronic aphasia
D Hersh
Aphasiology 12 (3), 207-218, 1998
UK speech and language therapists’ views and reported practices of discourse analysis in aphasia rehabilitation
M Cruice, N Botting, J Marshall, M Boyle, D Hersh, M Pritchard, L Dipper
International journal of language & communication disorders 55 (3), 417-442, 2020
Living with aphasia: three Indigenous Australian stories
E Armstrong, D Hersh, C Hayward, J Fraser, M Brown
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 14 (3), 271-280, 2012
The evidence for relationship-centred practice in aphasia rehabilitation
L Worrall, B Davidson, D Hersh, A Ferguson, T Howe, S Sherratt
Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders 1 (2), 277-300, 2010
“Weaning” clients from aphasia therapy: Speech pathologists' strategies for discharge
D Hersh
Aphasiology 17 (11), 1007-1029, 2003
Communication disorders after stroke in Aboriginal Australians
E Armstrong, D Hersh, C Hayward, J Fraser
Disability and Rehabilitation 37 (16), 1462-1469, 2015
I can't sleep at night with discharging this lady: The personal impact of ending therapy on speech-language pathologists
D Hersh
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 12 (4), 283-291, 2010
Treatment for improving discourse in aphasia: a systematic review and synthesis of the evidence base
L Dipper, J Marshall, M Boyle, N Botting, D Hersh, M Pritchard, M Cruice
Aphasiology 35 (9), 1125-1167, 2021
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