Tag Archives: TEP closure
‘Benefit finding’ and coping with head and neck cancer
ENT & Audiology News for Nov/Dec 2010 includes a summary review (p.132) of Morwenna White-Thomson's article 'How I support TEP closure: an open and shut case?' from the Autumn 10 issue of Speech & Language Therapy in Practice. The Nov/Dec issue … Continue reading
Posted in Books, journals and articles, Head & Neck, Service delivery, Speech and Language Therapy Tagged an open and shut case, benefit finding, coping strategies, ENT & Audiology News, head and neck cancer, health psychologist, Morwenna White-Thomson, New Zealand, Pinpoint Scotland, quality of life, Sandy Cavell, Speech & Language Therapy in Practice, TEP closure Leave a comment
Autumn 10 issue now out!
The Autumn 10 issue of Speech & Language Therapy in Practice was mailed on Friday. (My own copy hasn’t made it to Scotland yet, but I know some people got theirs as early as Saturday!) It includes: our new series … Continue reading
Posted in Aphasia, Books, journals and articles, Community settings, CPD, Ethics, Head & Neck, Professional standards, Resources, Service delivery, Speech and language development, Speech and Language Therapy Tagged adolescents, aphasia, chewing in cerebral palsy, community arts venue, complementary therapy, critical appraisal, education staff, indirect interaction techniques, intergroup contact, scaffolding, silent bilingual children, TEP closure, The Communication Toolkit, tracheoesophageal puncture, working outside the NHS Leave a comment