Nicole ter Wal

Nicole ter Wal
Hogeschool Utrecht · Research Group for Speech and Language Therapy

Master of Arts

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Background Subjective well‐being (SWB) and quality of life (QOL) are intricately related constructs. Recent research shows both constructs share some facets, but are distinct entities. It is unclear, both internationally and in the Netherlands, if and how SLTs address SWB in clinical practice. The current study was set up to explore Dutch SLTs’ per...
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Background. Quality of life (QOL) is an important outcome in health care, usually captured by self-reported questionnaires. The Stroke Aphasia Quality Of Life Scale (SAQOL-39; SAQOL-39g) was developed by Hilari and colleagues specifically for people with aphasia (PWA), who often struggle with the linguistic complexity of QOL scales. It has since be...
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Background: The psychometric properties of the Dutch version of the Stroke and Aphasia Quality Of Life-scale (SAQOL-39NL) have previously been assessed for people with aphasia after stroke, but not yet for stroke survivors without aphasia. Objective: The objective is to evaluate the psychometric properties of the SAQOL-39NL in a stroke sample with...

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