Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder that impairs a person's ability to process language, but does not affect intelligence. Aphasia impairs the ability to speak and understand others.
Aphasia affects the daily lives of people with aphasia and their families in a host of different ways: chatting / phoning / watching TV / listening to the radio / reading the newspaper / writing letters / filling out forms / doing calculations / coping in another world.
The aphasic cannot even name objects, cannot find the names of people they know, cannot even clearly answer yes or no.
Aphasia is not the result of a hearing loss or disorder of the speech organs.
Aphasic patients are able to think and communicate, if we help them to express themselves...
Learn more : www.aphasia.org