Hope in people with aphasia - Coggle Diagram
Hope in people with aphasia
HOPE: defined as a broad sense, an outcome orientated thought process, an active process.
Simply Having Hope
may be independent from traumatic event
General sense of hope, a sense of faith in the future which may protect against despair
cognitive engagement in acting with hope along side a process of acting on hopes
Future hopes and aspirations
working towards hopes
developing a plan
putting in the effort
More difficult because of uncertainty and limitations associated with chronic illness.
Readiness for engagement in active hoping process may be effected by disruption caused by stroke, uncertainty, disrupted identity.
Outcomes of hope
hope as a source of motivation
modulator of adjustment and ability to think about the future
Modulator of participation
Levels of hope can change over time
Hope can co-exist with emottions such as worry, fear uncertainty
hopes may be broad or specific in nature
friends, family, other patients
health care professionals
Tension between values hope vs realism
being engaged in meaningful activities