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It can be a confusing and overwhelming experience to attempt to communicate with someone who has aphasia. Frequently, ineffective methods are attempted, including talking louder or slower. This handout is designed for staff, caregivers, friends, and family with those who have aphasia and provides specific strategies for both expressive and receptive communication.
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