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Norman has aphasia with very limited speech. This is an example of how Norman and Nancy communicate.
In the following film you will see a person who has dysarthria.
Generally anyone with a communication problem will need time and your patience to make them feel at ease when they are attempting to communicate. If they are stressed their communication is likely to be worse than if they are relaxed … Continue reading
Dysarthria is a disorder of the muscles of the face, mouth and breathing control which enable us to produce speech. The person has no difficulty understanding what is being communicated to them and they have the ability to communicate but … Continue reading
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