Aphasia Help

Listening to what you type and auto correct are fantastic tools. Maybe time consuming but still fantastic. Going back and listening to what I type, I find so many words that were not the word I intended for it to be. In the spoken word we can not do do that. Once it comes out, it is out.

I thank another blogger who directed me to an article by Johns Hopkins Hospital that I have attached below if anyone is interested. The study may help with rehabilitation of aphasia.
Two and one half years ago I was encouraged by my occupational therapist to take books and read them out loud instead of silently to gain confidence in speaking and communicating in conversations with other people. This was a great help and I mention it if anyone is reading that might need this or know someone that does.
Gay Nell Olive

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