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Thinking Beyond Language: Intervention for Severe Aphasia by Robert D. M. Patient Expert language, often for the long term, recommended approaches focus on additional domains that affect quality...
Our Language Affects Our Thinking by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert Our Language Affects Our Thinking Once again, TED , one of my favorite websites... to use language - specifically with a word heavy on negative connotations - such as disability...
a language thing by Dr. Johanna Marie McShane Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Some of you guys may have heard this from me before, but I was thinking it about it this week, so you get to hear it again from me! I was thinking about it because I was asking...
5 Love Languages and 8 Spiritual Languages by Sheridan Ripley Patient Expert I love the book The Five Love Languages. I think it may have saved my marriage when Thing 2 was 1 years old. So I really do love this book. It basically says there are 5 different love languages...
Powerful language by Laura Patient Expert Words reflect our thinking, but they also help form and frame thinking as well. I think I will remember something I overheard today for the first time in the same way: referring to the weight loss...
How Being a Cyborg Isn’t So Bad? by patientanonymous Patient ExpertHealth Maven Or I could say “thinking you are?” The ridiculous and endless tedium of the English language? I’ve also added a new Category entitled ‘ for us–yes–us(!) as I don’t...
Great example of Declarative Language by chefpenny Patient Expert with my awesome Dad. I can't imagine what she was thinking taking 3 kids to a parade by herself. The next day on the way to ot, we got this fantastic interaction. Remember that in declarative language...
The Language of Healthcare: When Did Patients Become Outcomes? by Dan Dunlop Patient Expert For some time I’ve been thinking about the language of healthcare. We all talk about taking the industry in a more patient-centric direction, but the language we use is anything but patient-friendly...
What were they thinking? by Bev Patient Expert to let him know that the language on his website asking for help for people experiencing the “burden.... It leaves me wondering, what were they thinking? How many times throughout the average person’s life...
Coarse Language – Parental Discretion Advised by ndscott Patient Expert , I apologize, but know it’s what I’m really thinking.  I’m referring to spin class last night – it was totally... of the class.  I think that’s how I measure a good class – am I pooped or still raring to go?  If pooped...

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Introduction ... Rates of dyslexia are the same among all ethnic groups, but language does play a factor. For example, countries that have la ... » Read on
Symptoms ... away from their forgetfulness. Problems with language and speech could also start to develop at this stage. T ... » Read on