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Charity helps stroke survivor after he couldn’t get Welsh speech and language therapy – Nation.Cymru

Tuesday, 2 March, 2021

Charity helps stroke survivor after he couldn’t get Welsh speech and language therapy – Nation.Cymru

Stroke survivor Arnot Hughes and his wife Dianne

 
A charity has stepped in after a stroke survivor wasn’t able access speech and language therapy through the Welsh language.

Arnot Hughes, 74 from Llandaff, Cardiff, who had a stroke in February 2020, just before the coronavirus pandemic forced a national lockdown, is being supported by The Stroke Association.

Arnot left hospital after 10 days with a common post-stroke communication difficulty called aphasia and was unable to speak. Though he received six weeks of therapy, it was only available in the English language.

Click here to read full article https://nation.cymru/news/charity-helps-stroke-survivor-after-he-couldnt-get-welsh-speech-and-language-therapy/

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