"Aphasia Therapy in Practice: Writing" completes this series in practical aphasia manuals compiled by the speech therapy team at City University, London. Following a chapter on theory and how to evaluate progress, the exercises commence with simple writing tasks involving copying. As in the previous volumes, the subsequent chapters follow a hierarchical structure by working through syllables, words, sentences and creative writing. In addition, Robert Fawcus has contributed a section on the application of computers in encouraging writing. Many of the tasks are appropriate for home practice and therefore all the exercises in this workbook can be freely copied.