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Norman has aphasia with very limited speech. This is an example of how Norman and Nancy communicate.
Ask the Speech and Language Therapist if they have any specific advice in relation to the person which you can use to practice in everyday conversations. Ask to be shown how to use any communication aids. There are a wide … Continue reading