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Halstead: "I'm a function over form man." Lindsay: "What does that mean?" Halstead: "It means if it's comfy, then I don't care what it looks like. You know, we can always give it a test drive." Lindsay: "Test out the function?" Halstead: "I hope we're talking about the same thing." (3x05)
Connor: So Platt came in with what looked like an orbital blow out fracture, CT came back clear. Lindsay: What does that mean? Is she going to be okay? Connor: She is. Halstead: He’s being modest, Platt had a bad bleed in her eye socket. Thanks to Doctor Rhodes, no permanent damage. Connor: She's up, she's alert, she's kind of rude. All cylinders firing. Halstead: What’s wrong? You okay? Lindsay: Um… her dad. (4x03)
Dcn. Douglas McManaman, "What in the World is Philosophy?" "What in the world is philosophy? The word itself comes from the two Greek words: philia and sophia. Philia is the Greek word for 'love' (a bond of friendship), while sophia is Greek for 'wisdom'. Philosophy is literally the "love of wisdom". But what does it mean to love, pursue, and possess wisdom? To understand this better, consider that most of us know through experience that not everyone who is knowledgeable is wise. . . ."
This article describes the light tech AAC option of communication books for adults with aphasia. It goes over what a communication book specifically is, how it can help, as well as examples of its use. One thing I learned from this article is how a light tech device like this relates to the resource allocation theory; by using a communication book, the linguistic load of the person with aphasia is decreased because the language form is in front of them.