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1. Speaking during the hospital started teaching in the hospital and that it occurs early in the process

It is recommended that all patients with communication difficulties in hospital refers to a speech therapist that this happens regardless of age, and speaking educators contacts the patient and relatives as soon as possible - within a week. Speech Pædagoger offer study and intensive training as needed. The families are offered advice and guidance, and opportunities to participate in the study and und
 

2. Talking education continues after discharge, and that there are no waiting

It is recommended that training can continue after discharge, and that there is no waiting period if there is waiting, it is important to mention the Institute immediately contact the affected and their relatives with information about when the offer is likely underway, and who in waiting can contact with questions about acute aphasia and communication.
 

3. To eneundervisning offered to all involved institutions

It is recommended that offered intensive training, which work individually and targeted to the individual's aphasia and communication. Eneundervisning be offered as a minimum 2 times a week.
 

4. The group lessons are offered at all institutions involved at the relevant time and indicating the clear and accepted goals for each afasiramte

It is recommended that in addition to shared goals for the group, set clear objectives for each participant to ensure that offer perceived as focused and relevant.
It is recommended that clearer distinction between offers, whose main purpose is to improve language and communication through compensation, and social services where the main purpose is that they afasiramte together with peers. Group Training will be offered as a starting point at least 2 times a week.
 

5. The curriculum designed so that they perceived as a common tool

It is recommended that the curriculum developed in close cooperation between voice teachers, the afasiramte and relatives, and that the individual education plan designed to afasiramte and caregivers understand and recognize targets, scale, shape and content of teaching, and that agreements on when the objectives are evaluated, clearly evident in the teaching plan.
Teaching plan will be handed over to the afasiramte in easily understandable language.
 

6. Training frequency and duration can be adapted flexibly to individual needs

It is recommended that the trial provided more intensively. Education shall be followed by breaks to the integration of the new skills in everyday life. During this period must be allowed contact with a speech therapist.
 

7. Ensuring temporary cover for holidays, sickness and training, so cancellations avoided

It is recommended that education is continuous and stable. At hospitals and after discharge should be set aside resources so that educators can talk replacing each other, so that courses can be launched - and not be interrupted or postponed.
 

8. Ensuring adequate transportation to education and teaching is conducted in suitable premises

It is recommended that travel time and waiting time is proportional to the time so that teaching is not selected because of too long and too unstable driving and waiting time. It is recommended that teaching takes place in suitable and peaceful surroundings, and that the premises are suitable disability.
 

9. Teaching cessation must be justified and, if possible, early warning

It is recommended that discontinuation of education announced in good time and, clearly indicating the reason for termination. It is recommended that the affected families and offered an evaluative interview three months after cessation education.
 

10. To the families involved early and continuously in education

It is recommended that the families are invited - both in the hospital and in the outcome - to participate in the study and teaching and offer advice and guidance. It is recommended that the relatives offered guidance whether afasiramte for health reasons is unable to receive voice training. There must be no waiting time for advice and guidance to the families
 

11. To provide specific services for caregivers

It is advisable to develop flexible and special offers targeted to families.
 

12. To afasiramte and dependents have the option of advice and guidance throughout life

It is recommended that families afasiramte after cessation education can turn to a speech therapist and get advice and guidance, and that there is an offer of follow-up calls eg once a year. It is also recommended that the tenders for afasiramte, relatives and other relevant persons in the environment goes further into the future and that the focus is on activity and participation in society. It is recommended to provide bid
It recommended the establishment of special offers to younger afasiramte when compensatory special ends, since this group is not affected naturally belong to the day-care centers.
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