Jessica A. Young
Jessica A. Young
PhD Student, Flinders University and Western University
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Transcranial non-invasive brain stimulation in swallowing rehabilitation following stroke—A review of the literature
SH Doeltgen, LV Bradnam, JA Young, E Fong
Physiology & behavior 143, 1-9, 2015
Anodal direct current stimulation of the cerebellum reduces cerebellar brain inhibition but does not influence afferent input from the hand or face in healthy adults
SH Doeltgen, J Young, LV Bradnam
The Cerebellum 15 (4), 466-474, 2016
A conversation analytic study of patterns of overlapping talk in conversations between individuals with dementia and their frequent communication partners
JA Young, C Lind, W van Steenbrugge
International journal of language & communication disorders 51 (6), 745-756, 2016
Hearing and Cognitive Impairment and the Role of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health as a Rehabilitation Framework.
C Lind, C Meyer, J Young
Seminars in hearing 37 (3), 200-215, 2016
Familiar communication partners’ facilitation of topic management in conversations with individuals with dementia.
K Hall, C Lind, JA Young, E Okell, W van Steenbrugge
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 2018
Childcare educators' understandings of early communication and attachment
J Jovanovic, C Brebner, A Lawless, J Young
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 41 (4), 95-105, 2016
Early childhood educators’ understanding of early communication: Application to their work with young children
C Brebner, J Jovanovic, A Lawless, J Young
Child Language Teaching and Therapy 32 (3), 277-292, 2016
Is the speech-language pathology profession prepared for an ageing population? An Australian survey
M Bennett, J Cartwright, J Young
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 1-12, 2017
Navigating non-linear narratives along the dementia care continuum: An unplanned and unpredictable transition into long-term care
J Young, C Lind, JB Orange
17th International Conference on Communication, Medicine, and Ethics, 2019
Expanding current understandings of epistemic injustice and dementia: Learning from stigma theory
J Young, C Lind, JB Orange, MY Savundranayagam
Journal of Aging Studies 48, 76-84, 2019
Reported benefits of peer support group involvement by adults with hearing loss
K Southall, MB Jennings, JP Gagné, J Young
International journal of audiology 58 (1), 29-36, 2019
A qualitative systematic review of experiences of persons with dementia regarding transition to long-term care
J Young, C Lind, JB Orange
Dementia (Online First), 1-23, 2019
Evidence-based care for older people: where are we now and where to in the future?
M Bennett, J Young, J Cartwright
Speech, Language and Hearing 22 (1), 16-24, 2019
[Review of the book What the hell happened to my brain?: Living beyond dementia, by K. Swaffer]
J Young, K Swaffer
Dementia, 1-4, 2018
International Classification of Functioning, Health and Disability: a Potential Service Delivery Model for Audiological Practice: Hearing and Cognitive Impairment and the Role …
C Lind, C Meyer, J Young
Seminars in Hearing 37 (3), 200, 2016
Supporting individuals with dementia in conversation: The implications of overlapping talk.
J Young, C Lind, W van Steenbrugge
Speech Pathology Australia 2014 National Conference- Connections: client …, 2014
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