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Understanding Aphasia, Apraxia, Dysarthria, and Dysphagia

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When a patient has been diagnosed with a stroke, the words aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria and dysphagia may be used to describe some of their deficits. .. Read more This session provides information that will help health care professionals better understand what these terms mean, the distinguishing characteristics and some of the therapeutic interventions.Strategies for communication, ways to support activity engagement and potential safety concerns can help families and care partners maximize the routine of stroke patients. One of the keys to enhancing the day to day experiences of all involved is making appropriate modifications as changes occur and providing ongoing support. Objectives:Participants will be able to discuss the major characteristics of aphasia and therapeutic implicationsParticipants will be able to explain the difference between apraxia and dysarthria and therapeutic implicationsParticipants will be able to list some of the typical problems associated with a diagnosis of dysphagiaParticipants will be able to list activities for facilitating social engagements

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vineet kumar

vineet kumar

audiologist & speech therapist at charak hospital

Lucknow, India
Parul

Parul

Student at Mmu

Ambala, India
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