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Norman has aphasia with very limited speech. This is an example of how Norman and Nancy communicate.
Aphasia ( which is sometimes also known as Dysphasia) affects the persons ability to use and understand spoken and written language. Sometimes the ability to use numbers can be affected. Aphasia can be divided into the following: Expressive Aphasia. The … Continue reading