New evidence for a cost-effective treatment option to help stroke sufferers speak again
Aphasia is a devastating condition that refers to a difficulty with speaking and understanding. Commonly occurring after stroke, aphasia has a profound impact on daily life and communication.
New research from Chief Investigator Lyndsey Nickels and Amanda Osborne (Royal Rehabilitation Centre Sydney) finds that a lower-cost version of Constraint Induced Aphasia Therapy can be effective for people with aphasia.
Content owner: Department of Cognitive Science Last updated: 06 Mar 2017 3:22pm