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aphasia

loss of language and communication skills, usually after suffering a stroke: also see dysphasia

Bill's experiences after a stroke

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Bill and Marge had been a hectic pair, keeping everyone on their toes especially their grandkids. Bill woke up one morning and found that he couldn’t get out of bed and that Marge seemed to be speaking a different language (or at least that was how he remembers it). Bill had had a stroke.

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AAC adults severe aphasia (summary)

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This article reviews literature specific to the use of AAC with adults who have severe aphasia.


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weblinks - aphasia / stroke

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These website links related to aphasia and stroke may be useful to you.

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AAC and Severe Aphasia--Enhancing Communication Across the Continuum of Recovery

AAC and Severe Aphasia--Enhancing Communication Across the Continuum of Recovery, Garrett, K. L., and Lasker J. P. , Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, Volume 17, Issue 3, p.6-15, (2007)
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