PUBLICATIONS

Strong, K. A., & Sather, T. W. (2023, October).

“It’s not often that people want to hear me talk about my life”: Storytelling experiences of people with aphasia in an interdisciplinary songwriting project. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.

Strong, K. A. (2023, October).

Strong, K. A., Douglas, N. F., Johnson, R., Silverman, M., Azios, J. H., & Archer, B. (2023, February).

O’Bryan, E. L., Regier, H., & Strong, K. A. (2023, October).

 “I wasn’t just sitting there”: Empowering care partners through Aphasia-Friendly Reading Treatment. Aphasiology.

Douglas, N. F., Archer, B., Azios, J. H., Strong, K. A., Simmons-Mackie, N., & Worrall, L. (2022, September).

 A scoping review of friendship interventions for older adults: Lessons for designing interventions for people with aphasia. Disability and Rehabilitation.

Strong, K. A. & Randolph, J. (2021, October)

How Do You Do Talk Therapy With Someone Who Can't Talk? Perspectives From Mental Health Providers Delivering Services to Individuals With Aphasia

Azios, J. H., Strong, K. A., Archer, B., Douglas, N. F., Simmons-Mackie, N., Worrall, L. (2021, January)

Friendship Matters: A Research Agenda for Aphasia. Aphasiology.

Strong, K. A. & Shadden, B. B. (2020)

Stories at the Heart of Life Participation: Both the Telling and Listening Matter. Chapter 5. In A. L. Holland & R. J. Elman (Eds.) Neurogenic communication disorders and the Life Participation Approach: The social imperative in supporting individuals and families (pp. 105-130) Plural Publishing.

Strong, K. A. & Shadden, B. B. (2020)

The power of story in identity renegotiation: Clinical approaches to supporting persons living with aphasia. ASHA Perspectives, SIG 2, 5, 371-383.

Strong, K. (2018)

Co-constructing personal narratives in traumatic brain injury: A view from the storytellers’ lens. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), e94.

Strong, K. A, Lagerwey, M.,

& Shadden, B. B. (2018)

More than a story: My life came back to life. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 27, 464-476.