Tag Archives: Speech and Language Therapy

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How carers can help with communication

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

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Modified texture diets video

Discuss with speech and language therapist, dietitian or nursing staff if there are any doubts about what the individual person should or should not be eating. Even giving ice cubes or ice chips to moisten the mouth may not be … Continue reading

Found in Topic: Swallowing, eating and nutrition

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Further links

For more information see: Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland Communication Matters Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice Stroke Association Ability Net for computer adaptations

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Communication problems after stroke – Aphasia

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

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