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Newcastle North MP Catherine McKinnell has met with the award-winning North East Trust for Aphasia to see first hand the work they do supporting people with Aphasia.
Alun said: "Meeting lots of people and sharing experiences with people who understand aphasia has made a huge difference.
Single-subject experimental designs are often used to measure the effects of aphasia treatment.
I have lived with aphasia for more than 30 years, and although I can function day to day, there are still many challenges.
The Art and Aphasia collection aims to prove the importance of art when words fail and is made up of pieces ranging from portraits to abstracts.
Some authors use the term aphasia for acquired language disorders or severe effects, and dysphasia for developmental language disorders or minor effects (2).
We compared fMRI findings obtained with a repetitive task in block design in normal subjects with those of two patients with Broca's and Wernicke's aphasia who received speech therapy and showed complete recovery (1).
The Mayor of Whitnash, Councillor Brian Smart, also turned out to show his support for the event, which coincided with Speak about Aphasia Month.