Speech Therapy


Speech therapy helps with your speech loss after stroke.   There
are plenty of activities you can do on your own after going home.
Listening to audio devices help.   There are worksheets available.
There are speech machines,   and you can find speech programs
on computers.

Many stroke survivors can have aphasia.   Receptive aphasia is
comprehending language.   Expressive aphasia is a problem in
speaking and forming   words.   Global aphasia is a problem with
the comprehending and forming of language.



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