Saturday, May 16, 2015

Saturday News

Contents of This Week Saturday News May 16th / 2015
      Receptive aphasia, also known as Wernicke’s aphasia, fluent aphasia, or sensory aphasia, is a type of aphasia in which people with the condition are unable to understand language in its written or spoken form, and even though they can speak with normal grammar, syntax, rate, and intonation, they cannot express themselves meaningfully using language. A longer definition comes from Wikipedia.
          --  Fluent Aphasia
          --  Language: Broca and Wernicke's Areas
          --  News Reporter has a Stroke on Air - Serene Branson
          --  Receptive Aphasia: Improving Language Comprehension
          --  Speech-Language Therapy: Working with a Patient with Fluent Aphasia
          --  Wernicke's Aphasia
          --  Tono Tono
          --  Wernicke's and Broca's Aphasia
          --  Wernicke's Aphasia
          --  Max Receptive Aphasia
          --  Caregiver: A Family with Wernicke's Aphasia
          --  Aphasia Caregiver Stories -- Severe Wernicke's aphasia
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