Aphasia

Yorkshire charity helps those with aphasia during the pandemic – Yorkshire Post

  Aphasia is a language disorder, commonly occurring…

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Study suggests intensive therapy not best for treating loss of language after stroke – ANI News

  Intensive therapy is not necessarily best when it comes to…

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Loss of language in early recovery after a stroke cannot be treated with intensive therapy – Hindustan Times

Intensive therapy not necessarily best in treating loss of language after stroke…

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Nick Cann on a mission to help stroke survivors – South Wales Argus

When Nick Cann suffered a stroke in 2013, he was left with severe aphasia, a complex communication and language disorder. Since then, he…

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A guide to new technology for people with aphasia – Carluke Gazette

Getting back online…Arthur Bisset has been supported by his family but believes…

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Creating new connections – how technology is helping stroke survivors with aphasia – The Westmorland Gazette

AS many as 350,000 stroke survivors with aphasia, a common communication disability, are at greater…

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Man with aphasia discusses coronavirus, trouble communicating – WITN

June marks National Aphasia Awareness Month and one man wants you to know how to…

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Chepstow man helps create communication tool for stroke survivors – South Wales Argus

A MONMOUTHSHIRE stroke survivor has helped to develop a digital tool to…

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New digital tool launched to assist stroke survivors with communication difficulties – AT Today

To mark Aphasia Awareness Month, the Stroke Association has today launched a new guide containing…

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‘She phones me every day’: Dundee stroke victim who struggles to read, write and speak praises charity worker’s lockdown heroics – The Courier

  A Dundee man who has been…

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Pennine Lancashire stroke survivors choir hits high notes with respected soprano – Burnley Express

  The Stroke Association’s Pennine Lancs…

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Brain Glitches in Sign Language Echo Those in Speech – Technology Networks

When we speak, we give little thought to how the words form in our brain…

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What Is Causing This Case of Sudden Aphasia? – MedPage Today

A 72-year-old woman presents to an emergency department (ED) in Denver, with confusion and aphasia….

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A Stroke Survivor’s Advice for Coping with the COVID-19 Crisis – Thrive Global

When I was in the prime of my career as a global financial controller, I…

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A Stroke Survivor’s Advice for Coping with the COVID-19 Crisis – PsychCentral

When I was in the prime of my career as a global financial controller, I…

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Cordio and Rambam Hospital will trial AI that detects coronavirus cases from speech samples – VentureBeat

  Cordio Medical today announced that it will…

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HEATHER’S BLOG – My Holiday Part 2 – Hills, Horses & Sangria

  Last time I talked about the experience of travelling…

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HEATHER’S BLOG – My Holiday Part 1 – Pitfalls of ‘Check-in’ & ‘Boarding’ with a wheelchair

  We have just returned from…

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5 ways to help a loved one recover from a stroke – Thrive Global

In April 2005, I lay in a hospital bed…

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Valentine’s Day: Wife tells how husband’s stroke ‘has made our love stronger’ – Belfast Newsletter

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