Following questions and write 1,000 words on each questions . so the total is 2,000 word.
Q1- Alzheimer’s Disease outline its neurological deterioration, symptoms, and impact on conversation.
Q2 Critically discuss what the notion of ‘compensatory strategies’ adds to our knowledge of aphasia.
Writing of 8 references in addition to these two references in Q1 . APA7 style.
Your comments and claims should be discussed in relation to your reading of the literature. All assessed work must be word-processed (not hand written). Use a font size no smaller than 11. Line spacing should be no less than 1.5. Number pages using header or footer. Give your student number as a header on each page. Write the title of the assignment on the first page. Proofread your work carefully. It is sometimes useful to read it out loud. This might help you to identify unwieldy sentences. Use the spell-checker to get spellings correct. Check that you have followed the guidance on confidentiality, referencing and plagiarism It is important that you write the word ‘References’ at the top of your reference list, otherwise the plagiarism detection programme will count all of your references as non-original!
References in Q1
Pekkala, S., Wiener, D., Himali, J.J., Beiser, A.S., Obler, L.K., Liu, Y., McKee, A., Auerbach, S., Seshadri, S., Wolf, P.A., Au, R. (2013). Lexical retrieval in discourse: An early indicator of Alzheimer’s dementia. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 27, 905-921.
Savundranayagam, M.Y. & Orange, J.B. (2014). Matched and mismatched appraisals of the effectiveness of communication strategies by family caregivers of persons with Alzheimer’s disease. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 49, 49-59.
References in Q2
O’Halloran, R. & Larkins, B. (2008) The ICF activities and participation related to speech-language pathology. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 10(1-2), 18-26.
Barnes, S., & Bloch, S. (2019). Why is measuring communication difficult? A critical review of current speech pathology concepts and measures. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 33(3), 219-236.
Wilkinson, R. (2010). Interaction-focused intervention: A conversation analytic approach to aphasia therapy. Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders, 1(1), 45-68.