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Tag Archives: Agnosia
This film shows an example of a person with agnosia.
By the end of this topic you should: Know more about perceptual problems after stroke including agnosia, visuo-spatial loss, inattention/neglect. Know some practical tips to help if the person has inattention/neglect. Know what dyspraxia is after stroke and practical tips … Continue reading
Agnosia is the loss of ability to recognize objects, people, sounds, shapes, or smells while the specific sense is not defective nor is there any significant memory loss. Auditory agnosia Tactile agnosia The person may hear the telephone ring but … Continue reading