Best Speech Therapy for Aphasia and Stroke Patients

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    We help you to get rid of different types of speech problems through various treatments

    Speech therapy is a technique to cure stroke person.

    It aims to recover or get back effective communication skills at its optimal level. This therapy should be started immediately as soon as stroke cured.

    What Is Stroke And Aphasia?

    Stroke is a brain attack which occurs when the blood supply to the brain has absolutely reduced.

    If you need any assistance or have a question about Speech Therapy for Stroke and Aphasia, you can consult our HearingSol experts with your problem, feel free to call us on +91-9327901950. We are always here to help you.

    The impact on a patient’s capacity to hear and talk depends largely on the part of the brain. Stroke also causes communication difficulties if the muscles in the tongue, face or throat face any kind of attack.

    When the muscles in the face get affected due to a stroke, this causes communication trouble (called Aphasia).  Aphasia creates a language impairment which affects the production of speech and also the ability of reading and writing.

    Following are the different types of aphasia:

    • Brocas’s Aphasia – In this type of aphasia, a person can only say 3-4 words at a time and have a limited vocabulary. They got trouble in finding or saying the words they want to say. It is also called as “Non-Fluent Aphasia”.
    • Wernicke’s Aphasia – In this type of aphasia, the person can easily speak words but he will not be able to form coherent words or words will not come out into coherent sentences.  It also affects the reading and writing ability of a person and it’s also called “Fluent Aphasia”.
    • Anomic Aphasia – In this type of aphasia, a person is not able to find the words he wants to say, especially while trying to come up with the correct verb or noun.
    • Global Aphasia – This type of aphasia is most severe. In this, the person is not able to speak many words and also get trouble in understanding speech. He is not able to read and write. Global aphasia is for a short period of time depending on brain injury or stroke.
    • Primary Progressive Aphasia – This type of aphasia is also a form of Dementia in which a person loses the ability to speak, write, and read over time.

    Some tips for communicating with a stroke survivor:

    • Use photos, maps and write things down on paper to make conversation easier.
    • Be patient then speak clearly and slowly.
    • Treat the person with aphasia as an intelligent adult. Aphasia does not affect thinking ability.

    The amount of speech therapy will depend on the extent of your difficulties and how well you are able to perceive.

    Types of Speech Therapy For Stroke And Aphasia Patients

    A Speech Language Therapist can help treat problems related to speech, hearing, and swallowing. Moreover, he can help access and treat

    • Fluency — stuttering, and cluttering
    • Speech — articulation
    • Language — ability, and comprehension of spoken and written language
    • Cognition — attention, memory, ability to solve problems
    • Voice — characteristics of the vocal tone
    • Auditory Habilitation & Auditory Rehabilitation — recovery techniques associated with speech, hearing & language disorders

    An important part of the speech therapist’s role includes:

    • Gestures
    • Writing
    • Communication charts
    • A letter board or drawing.

    Speech and language therapists are masters of non-verbal communication. They help to enhance communication and concentrate on the opposite person’s pronunciation, gestures, and emotions.

    The most rapid recovery typically happens at the stage of the first 3 to 4 months after a stroke. While many treatments continue to improve over a long time.

    Some Speech Therapy Exercises

    • Tongue In-And-Out, side to side, and in and out
    • Say Cheese
    • Practices Your Kissy Face
    • Consonant And Vowels Pairing Repetition
    • Speech Therapy Apps
    • Play Word Games

    In speech therapy, communication aid recommended to some people. A communication aid can be anything that makes communicating less complicated. Speech Therapist can suggest what is probably beneficial.

    Hearing Aid devices form an important part of this treatment for a stroke survivor who suffers from this common problem. It will surely help to hear better, however, he/she will comply with and communicate better. That’s worthwhile on its very own.

    If you have any query related to aphasia or stroke or any kind of speech disorder, call at our toll-free number +91-9327901950 where our speech specialists will guide you in the right way. You can also schedule a visit to our HearingSol clinic.

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