A group-based singing intervention improved communication, spoken language production, and psychosocial wellbeing among patients with chronic aphasia, according to study findings published in the journal Brain Communications.
Aphasia often occurs after stroke and associates with communication impairment which often causes social isolation and detriments to emotional wellbeing. Music has been found to be an effective tool for supporting motor and cognitive recovery after stroke. However, it has not been translated for aphasia-specific rehabilitation.
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