Praktyczna strona terapii neurologopedycznej osób dorosłych


The purpose of the study is to present some exercises which can be successfully implemented during the neurologopedic therapy of adults after neurological incidents. The therapy takes into account such factors as the age and involvement of the patients, which influence its effectiveness.
Key words: neurologopedic therapy, adult, aphasia, dysarthria

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Published : 2016-12-20

PolczykM. (2016). Praktyczna strona terapii neurologopedycznej osób dorosłych. Logopedia Silesiana, (5), 400-410. Retrieved from

Martyna Polczyk
Miejskie Przedszkole nr 35 w Rudzie Śląskiej, Zespół Szkół i Pracy Pozaszkolnej w Świętochłowicach 

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