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Video: Receptive Aphasia (or Wernicke or Fluent or...)

Fluent Aphasia

Published on May 5, 2014

Fluent Aphasia PSA

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Language: Broca and Wernicke's Areas

Published on Jan 16, 2013

SSTattler: This YouTube start at 4:23 minutes and describe Wernicke's Area; if you want to hear Broca Areas set to the start 0:00 minutes. A description of both Broca's Area and Wernicke's Area in the brain.

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News Reporter has a Stroke on Air - Serene Branson

Published on Jun 18, 2012

SSTattler: She had "Receptive (or Wernicke's) Aphasia" with a large migraine.

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Receptive Aphasia: Improving Language Comprehension

Published on Jun 26, 2013

Mark A. Ittleman, M.S., Speech Language Pathologist and author of Teaching of Talking, a book for Caregivers, parents and speech language pathologists addresses the Aphasia Recovery Connection in Las Vegas Nevada. He was invited there to share with people who have aphasia, their caregivers and loved ones. His message was plain and simple: caregivers, family members, loved ones and speech language pathologists can learn to stimulate speech and language readily while talking about fun things and life in general. Ittleman wrote the book in order to help family members after therapy concludes or to help those who do not have access to professional speech and language therapy services. He stresses the need to find an exceptional speech language pathologist for your loved one and discusses the 3 key factors for success with speech therapy. In this video a caregiver explains how she was able to take the information given to her from Mark about her husband, and finally learn how to speak to him in order for him to comprehend what she was saying. After years of professional help she took Mark's suggestion to speak to him slowly in 1-3 words only and found that he was able to comprehend what she said. Before the conference she spoke with her husband in her usual speed and manner and was rarely understood.

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Speech-Language Therapy:
         Working with a Patient with Fluent Aphasia

Published on Nov 26, 2013

Burke Rehabilitation Center's Speech-Language Pathology Department offers outpatient evaluation and treatment services to individuals with communication impairments, cognitive-communication, swallowing, or voice problems caused by stroke, traumatic brain injury, or other forms of neurological conditions or trauma.

For more information, please call (914) 597-2288 or visit

Burke Rehabilitation Center is located in White Plains, NY

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Wernicke's Aphasia

Uploaded on Sep 7, 2011

A patient with Wernicke's aphasia. This is also called as a sensory or receptive aphasia. When the patient starts to repeat the question he is asked, this is called echolalia. Sometimes although asked another question, the patient will still repeat the first question, which some medics like to call "verbal intoxication"

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Tono Tono

Uploaded on Jan 8, 2012


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Wernicke's and Broca's Aphasia

Uploaded on Dec 13, 2007

Wernicke's and Broca's Aphasia... interview...

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Wernicke's Aphasia

Published on Jul 28, 2014

Another video from the archives of the University of Wisconsin at Madison Physiology department shows an interview with a patient with Wernicke's aphasia. Unlike patients with Broca's aphasia, Wernicke's aphasics tend to speak fluently, but their speech often degenerates into seemingly random, very hard to follow "streams of consciousness", which may be peppered with non-words or made up words. Also, the speech of Wernicke's aphasics often fails to provide good answers to questions posed to them, suggesting that they do not really understand the speech of their interviewers. This difficulty in comprehension rather than articulation has led to Wernicke's aphasia being described as a "receptive aphasia".

Wernicke's aphasia is usually associated with lesions to "Wernicke's area", a piece of cortical tissue at the boundary between the parietal and temporal lobes.

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Max Receptive Aphasia

Published on Jul 30, 2012

Receptive aphasia

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Caregiver: A Family with Wernicke's Aphasia

Published on Dec 29, 2014

Terry describes what their life is like since her significant other got Wernicke's aphasia.

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Aphasia Caregiver Stories -- Severe Wernicke's aphasia

Published on Sep 17, 2013

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