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 risk of becoming lonelier and more isolated during the pandemic, according to the Stroke Association.

While people across the UK have been able to keep in touch with their loved ones thanks to technology, the charity is now highlighting the struggle that stroke survivors with aphasia face getting online.

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