Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder that impacts an individual's ability to process language. This may be the result of a stroke. People with aphasia may experience difficulty finding words and participating in conversations. It does not impact intelligence. Speech therapy can help individuals with aphasia communicate more effectively with their family and friends and allow them to participate in activities they enjoy.
If you or your loved one are experiencing the following symptoms after a stroke, contact us for a free consultation:
Difficulty finding the right words in conversation
Substituting words or phrases while speaking
Difficulty formulating complete sentences
Speaking in sentences that don't make sense or difficult to understand
Difficulty participating in conversations