In a recent development, researchers have suggested that Individuals with chronic aphasia can improve their spoken word comprehension many years after stroke. The interesting findings of the study has been put forth in Neurology.
Auditory spoken language comprehension impairments are common in individuals with aphasia, and for many, these remain chronic. Those with severe spoken language comprehension impairments have worse outcomes and higher drop-out rates from rehabilitation programmes. Developing effective evidence-based therapies for such impairments is a priority.
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