Aphasia: Articles at a Glance
Aphasia is an acquired language disorder that results from a neurological event, such as a stroke or brain injury. While aphasia does not impact intelligence, it does make it difficult to understand speech and written words. It also impacts the ability to the express one self verbally and in writing. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is one of the multi-modal strategies that can support individuals with aphasia and their communication partners. Want to learn more about aphasia and AAC? Read our evidence-based articles at a glance.
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