It is a language disorder, affecting the production or comprehension of speech and the inability to read or write, memory problem or confusion. Severity and scope of the problem depend upon the extent of damage of the brain.
- Most common cause brain damage.
- Brain stroke.
- Brain Hemorrhage.
- Brain Tumor.
- Brain infection or degenerative process.
A person with aphasia may
- Speak in short or incomplete sentence.
- Speak in sentences that don’t make sense.
- Word finding difficulty.
- Speak unrecognizable words.
- Not understand other people’s conversation.
- Write sentence that don’t make sense.
- Speech Therapy.