Answered By: ask crisslibrary
Last Updated: May 06, 2015     Views: 1

Hello,

If you're looking for journal articles, I would recommend the PsycInfo database.  You can connect to it from the library's top database list at http://library.unomaha.edu/research/topten.php

When searching PsycInfo, I suggest you use the phrase communication skills - using communication alone seemed to bring up more nonrelevant articles.

The Health Source database might also be helpful.  You can connect to it at http://libguides.unomaha.edu/content.php?pid=112019&sid=843493

If you're interested in books, I found an ebook in our library that looks very promising for communication and alzheimer's called Connecting the dots : breakthroughs in communication as Alzheimer's advances. Here's a link to it - http://unomaha.worldcat.org/oclc/445479647

There were also several books on working with stroke patients that included chapters on communication.  This link should take you to a list of them -

http://unomaha.worldcat.org/search?qt=affiliate&ai=wclocal_unomaha&q=communication+stroke&wcsbtn2w=Go&scope=2&oldscope=2#x0%253Abook-%2Cx0%253Abook%2Bx4%253Adigitalformat

Hope this helps.  If not, let us know and we'll try some other things.

Regards, Melissa

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