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The Study of Language

The Study of Language

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Aphasia 160 Broca’s aphasia 160 Wernicke’s aphasia 160 Conduction aphasia 161 Dichotic listening 161 Left brain, right brain 162 The critical period 163 Genie 163 Study questions 165 Tasks 165 Discussion topics/projects 166 Further reading 167 Contents vii Cambridge U niversity Press 978-1-107-04419-7 - The Study of Language: Fifth Edition ...

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Common Classification of Aphasia - ASHA

Common Classification of Aphasia - ASHA

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Subcortical aphasia results from damage to subcortical regions of the brain (e.g., thalamus or basal ganglia), and symptoms can mirror those that arise from cortical lesions. Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) —despite its name—is a type of dementia.

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THE MULTIMODAL COMMUNICATION SCREENING TASK FOR …

THE MULTIMODAL COMMUNICATION SCREENING TASK FOR …

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Helping a professor with aphasia resume teaching through multimodal approaches. Aphasiology. Nicholas, M., & Helm-Estabrooks, N. (1994) Patterns of language preservation and loss in global aphasia. In N. Helm-Estabrooks (Ed.) Seminars in Speech and Language: Managing Severe Aphasia, 15, 37-52.

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Disabilities that may affect communication

Disabilities that may affect communication

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birth, during birth, or in childhood and adolescence. The condition ... Aphasia Aphasia results from damage to the parts of the brain that contain language. Aphasia may cause difficulties in speaking, listening, reading, ... Dementia Dementia is a group of symptoms related to memory loss and overall cognitive impairment. People with dementia ...

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Speech Therapy ICD-10-CM Coding Tip Sheet

Speech Therapy ICD-10-CM Coding Tip Sheet

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9 784.3 Aphasia R47.01 Aphasia 10 434.91 Cerebral artery occlusion w/cerebral infarction I63.50 Cerebral infarction due to unspecified occlusion or stenosis of unspecified cerebral artery I63.511 Cerebral infarction due to unspecified occlusion or stenosis of right middle cerebral artery I63.512 Cerebral infarction due to unspecified

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NIH Stroke Scale

NIH Stroke Scale

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Best Language . Scale Definition . Score . 0. No aphasia; normal. 1 . Mild-to-moderate aphasia; some obvious loss of fluency or facility of comprehension, without significant limitation on ideas expressed or form of expression. Reduction of speech and/or comprehension, however, makes conversation about provided materials difficult or impossible ...

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stroke.org.uk State of the Nation

stroke.org.uk State of the Nation

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Aphasia: Aphasia (sometimes called dysphasia) is a language disorder caused by stroke. It can affect speech, comprehension and reading and writing skills. • Hyper-acute stroke unit: Specialist centres to manage the first 72 hours of stroke care. • Onset: When the symptoms of stroke first started. Also referred to medically as ‘ictus’.

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Language and the human brain - University of Delaware

Language and the human brain - University of Delaware

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Aphasia: any language disorder due to brain damage caused by disease of trauma Many aphasics are selectively language impaired. Aphasics do not (necessarily) have cognitive or intellectual impairments. Broca’s Aphasia Paul Broca (French) in …

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What are speech, language and communication needs?

What are speech, language and communication needs?

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One-third of stroke survivors experience aphasia (a language disorder caused by brain injury). People with aphasia often have SLCN.9 20% of people with head or brain injury have speech difficulties.10 Acquired disorders often cause SLCN in adults. For example, brain injury or progressive illnesses can occur at any point across an

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MENTAL STATUS EXAM - PGU

MENTAL STATUS EXAM - PGU

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Aphasia: Impairment of language, affecting the production or comprehension of speech and the ability to read or write. Aphasia is always due to injury to the brain-most commonly from a stroke. Content Of Thoughts Preoccupation Obsessions Compulsions Phobias. Paranoia. Persecution Suicidal thoughts Wanting to harm self. Somatic concerns:

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WALC - Affiliated Rehab

WALC - Affiliated Rehab

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The exercises in WALC 1 (Workbook of Activities for Language and Cognition): Aphasia Rehab emerged as was working with adolescent and adult clients who exhibited difficulties with auditory and visual comprehension and/or oral and written expression. The majority of these clients exhibited aphasia due to stroke or head injury. These exercises ...

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NIH Stroke Scale

NIH Stroke Scale

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Severe aphasia; all communication is through fragmentary expression; great need for inference, questioning, and guessing by the listener. Range of information that can be exchanged is limited; listener carries burden of communication. Examiner cannot identify materials provided from patient response. 3 . Mute, global aphasia; no usable speech

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Strategies to improve Attention Skills following Traumatic ...

Strategies to improve Attention Skills following Traumatic ...

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Workbook) by Douglas J. Mason and Gottfried Jean-Louis Living with Brain Injury: A Guide for Families, Second Edition ... Aphasia Therapy Workshop: Current Approaches to Aphasia Therapy--Principles and Applications by Jacqueline Stark, Nadine Martin, and Ruth Fink

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South Dakota Eligibility Guide

South Dakota Eligibility Guide

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aphasia. The term does not apply to students who have learning problems that are primarily the ... the group must consider, as part of the evaluation described in this article, data that demonstrate that prior to, or as a part of, the ... reflecting formal assessment of student progress during instruction, which was provided to the child's ...

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Equal Employment Opportunity for - Los Angeles

Equal Employment Opportunity for - Los Angeles

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and developmental aphasia. Discrimination Any employment practice or decision which intentionally or unintentionally results in the unequal treatment of an individual or group in a protected class on a basis other than job-related reasons. Discrimination-Free Workplace – ee of any discriminatory activities Fr including:

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Apraxia of Speech - NIDCD

Apraxia of Speech - NIDCD

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the presence of several of a group of symptoms, including those described earlier. Ruling out other conditions, such as muscle weakness or language production problems (e.g., aphasia), can help with the diagnostic process. People with either form of AOS may have a

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NIH Stroke Scale - Boston Medical Center

NIH Stroke Scale - Boston Medical Center

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aphasia, the clarity of articulation of spontaneous speech can be rated. Only if the patient is intubated or has other physical barrier to producing speech, may the item be scored "9", and the examiner must clearly write an explanation for not scoring. …

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NIH Stroke Scale

NIH Stroke Scale

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be obtained during the prior testing. If the patient has a severe visual loss preventing visual double simultaneous stimulation, and the cutaneous stimuli are normal, the score is normal. If the patient has aphasia but does appear to attend to both sides, the score is normal. The presence of visual spatial neglect UN

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Communication Evaluation Cognitive - Theresa Richard

Communication Evaluation Cognitive - Theresa Richard

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- Boston Diagnostic Aphasia Evaluation (BDAE), Functional Assessment of Verbal Reasoning and Skills (FAVRES), American Speech Language and Hearing Association Functional Assessment of Communication Skills for Adults (ASHA FACS), Repeatable Battery for

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STROKE - Cigna

STROKE - Cigna

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I69.320 Aphasia following cerebral infarction I69.321 Dysphasia following cerebral infarction I69.322 Dysarthria following cerebral infarction I69.323 Fluency disorder following cerebral infarction I69.328 Other speech and language deficits following cerebral infarction I69.390 Apraxia following cerebral infarction I69.391

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Katz Index of Independence in Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

Katz Index of Independence in Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

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nursing staff’s responsibility to support patients’ ... to play in improving function. Patients and family ... sensory impairment, aphasia, delirium, or dementia. Facing the patient, using pencil and paper or com-puter printouts, asking the patient to repeat what

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Augmentative & Alternative Communication

Augmentative & Alternative Communication

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Alternative Communication Supporting Children and Adults with Complex Communication Needs Fifth Edition by ... Chapter 15 AAC Supports for Adults with Severe Aphasia and/or Apraxia of Speech ..... 553 Kathryn L. Garrett, Joanne P. Lasker, and Julia King Fischer Continuum of AAC Support for Individuals with ...

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Speech Therapy - Cigna

Speech Therapy - Cigna

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• Boston Diagnostic Aphasia Examination: adults • Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT): for all ages . For the child with a speech delay, the speech/language evaluation may demonstrate that the potential exists that, through speech therapy, the child will reach an age-appropriate level of speech. Some situations for which

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MedSLPCollective Handout - Assessing and Managing …

MedSLPCollective Handout - Assessing and Managing …

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Improving respiratory support for speech (consider implementing diaphragmatic breathing, postural adjustments, training inhalation/exhalation coordination for speech, ... dysarthrias is especially important to give patients time to learn these strategies before ... predictors of dysphagia, dysarthria, and aphasia after first-ever acute ischemic ...

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ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY - Newcastle University

ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY - Newcastle University

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improving teaching, learning and the quality of the student experience and research. ... Centre, where both staff and students work with Aphasia patients, the ... its support for enterprise contributes extensively to the engagement agenda.

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Virtual 16th UK Stroke Forum Conference

Virtual 16th UK Stroke Forum Conference

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Improving UK stroke care through big data ... How can the Stroke-Specific Education Framework support the workforce implementation ... language therapists with a background primarily of working with stroke survivors with aphasia. As such, a large focus regarding barriers will be related to language/ communication

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Acute Stroke Practice Guidelines for Inpatient Management ...

Acute Stroke Practice Guidelines for Inpatient Management ...

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treatment, such as the following: aphasia treatment, cognitive rehabilitation, communication devices, movement therapy, spasticity treatment, and functional adaptation for visual/perceptual deficits and neglect. RN, Rehabilitation Services, and Nutrition Services Dysphagia screening to be completed and documented prior to anything

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Frontotemporal Disorders: Information for Patients ...

Frontotemporal Disorders: Information for Patients ...

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primary progressive aphasia). • Progressive motor decline —characterized by various difficulties with physical movement, including the use of one or more limbs, shaking, difficulty walking, frequent falls, and poor coordination (called corticobasal syndrome, supranuclear palsy, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis).

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Assessing Cognition using the Cognitive Linguistic Quick ...

Assessing Cognition using the Cognitive Linguistic Quick ...

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1. This task helps to assess memory and language abilities. 2. Examinees with aphasia may respond poorly to these items due to language problems. • In such cases, the memory severity rating may not accurately represent memory skills. 3. Note whether examinees demonstrate better recall of lifelong facts

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MOH Pocket Manual in Critical Care

MOH Pocket Manual in Critical Care

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usually during daytime activity, with progressive (i.e, min-utes to hours) development of the following: ... hemianopia, abulia, aphasia, neglect, or apraxia - Caudate nucleus Contralateral hemiparesis, con - ... A. Primary brain Injury — Primary brain injury oc-curs at the time of trauma. Common mechanisms in-

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ASTCT Consensus Grading for CRS and ICANS - ASGCT

ASTCT Consensus Grading for CRS and ICANS - ASGCT

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Symptoms or signs can be progressive and may include aphasia, altered level of consciousness, impairment of cognitive skills, motor weakness, seizures, and cerebral edema.” • Similar to CRS, ICANS should be applied to any immune effector cell engaging therapy, not just CAR T cells. Lee et al. Biol Blood Marrow Transplant, Dec 2018

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PowerPoint Presentation - ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

PowerPoint Presentation - ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

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aphasia, apraxia, agnosia, disturbed executive function ... • Progressive and disabling ... • Primary goals: to enhance quality of life & maximize functional performance by improving cognition, mood, and behavior

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Checklist for applying for Social Security Disability and ...

Checklist for applying for Social Security Disability and ...

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Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) The ALS Parkinsonism Dementia Complex. ... progressive decline in function or test scores over time. Your record must state you have early-onset Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia.

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WALC 10 Memory - Therapists for Armenia

WALC 10 Memory - Therapists for Armenia

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WALC (Workbook of Activities for Language and Cognition) Series— • WALC 1: Aphasia Rehab (English and Spanish versions) • WALC 2: Cognitive Rehab (English and Spanish versions) • WALC 8: Word Finding • WALC 10: Memory • WALC 11: Language for Home Activities Zanmi, Kathy’s Samoyed, goes to work with her to encourage clients.

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Just for Adults Yes/No Questions

Just for Adults Yes/No Questions

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WALC 1 (Workbook of Activities for Language and Cognition)– Aphasia Rehab WALC 2–Cognitive Rehab WALC 8–Word Finding WALC 9–Verbal and Visual Reasoning WALC 10–Memory WALC 11–Language for Home Activities The Source for Apraxia Therapy Zanmi, Kathy’s Samoyed, goes to work with her to encourage the clients.

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Just for Adults Concrete Categories - Affiliated Rehab

Just for Adults Concrete Categories - Affiliated Rehab

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WALC 1 (Workbook of Activities for Language and Cognition)– Aphasia Rehab WALC 2–Cognitive Rehab WALC 8–Word Finding WALC 9–Verbal and Visual Reasoning WALC 10–Memory WALC 11–Language for Home Activities The Source for Apraxia Therapy Zanmi, Kathy’s Samoyed, goes to work with her to encourage the clients.

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Key Concepts in Language and Linguistics

Key Concepts in Language and Linguistics

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Key Concepts in Language and Linguistics is an A-Z guide to the main terms and concepts used in the study of language and linguistics. The book includes ... aphasia apparent time applied linguistics arbitrariness argument artificial language aspect autonomy of language. auxiliary B basic word order

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This is a Sample version of the Western Aphasia Battery …

This is a Sample version of the Western Aphasia Battery

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Administration Instructions + Scoring Full WAB Test Assessment Evaluates content, fluency, auditory comp, repetition, naming, ... Operative Data Lesion ... Total 93.8 or greater is considered not aphasic. 93.8 or below is considered aphasic.

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STEVEN PINKER - Javier

STEVEN PINKER - Javier

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ples of language in action from pop culture, ordinary children and adults, the more flamboyant academic writers in my field, and some ... the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is a special environment for the study of language, and I am grateful ... Aphasia, the loss of language ...

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大脳皮質基底核症候群と大脳皮質基底核変性症の診断

大脳皮質基底核症候群と大脳皮質基底核変性症の診断

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(behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia; bvFTD)例,進5 行性非流暢性失語症(progressive nonfluent aphasia; PNFA) 5 例,後部大脳皮質萎縮症(posterior cortical atrophy; PCA) 1 例であり,18 例のうち15 例では,初期症状として行動障害

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Dementia assessment and diagnosis

Dementia assessment and diagnosis

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International FTD criteria for frontotemporal dementia (progressive non-fluent aphasia and ... Do not rule out frontotemporal dementia based solely on the results of structural, perfusion or ... When people living with dementia or their carers have a primary care appointment, assess for ...

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Guidelines for the management of Seizures

Guidelines for the management of Seizures

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aphasia, amnesia, muscle twitching and nystagmus. If suspected, a trial of treatment with an anticonvulsant, E.g. Sodium Valproate or Midazolam 30mg/24 hours CSCI should be commenced (though no consensus for management at present). Extra points regarding acute management of seizures General

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ICD-10-CM AND THE PDPM - paanac.net

ICD-10-CM AND THE PDPM - paanac.net

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Where does the International Classification of Disease, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) come from? Developed through the World Health Organization ... R47.01 Aphasia R47.02 Dysphasia R47.1 Dysarthria and anarthria R47.89 Other speech disturbances R48.2 Apraxia

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PRACTICE GIDELINE Conflict Prevention and Management

PRACTICE GIDELINE Conflict Prevention and Management

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aphasia or a language barrier exists); and/or e) ineffective coping skills or an inadequate support network.11 Conflict between a nurse and a client can escalate if a nurse: a) judges, labels or misunderstands a client; ... Conflict Prevention and Management

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Quick Aphasia Battery (QAB)

Quick Aphasia Battery (QAB)

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2 2. Connected speech Converse with the participant for at least three minutes, around one or more conversation topics, e.g.: – the best trip you ever took – …

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Aphasia - NIDCD

Aphasia - NIDCD

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Increasingly, patients with aphasia participate in activities, such as book clubs, technology groups, and art and drama clubs. Such experiences help patients regain their confidence and social self-esteem, in addition to improving their communication skills. Stroke clubs, regional support groups formed by people who have had

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