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According to ASHA, “Aphasia is a language disorder that happens when you have brain damage. Your brain has two halves. Language skills are in the left half of the brain in most people. Damage on that side of your brain may lead to language problems. Damage on the right side of your brain may cause other problems, like poor attention or memory.

Aphasia may make it hard for you to understand, speak, read, or write. It does not make you less smart or cause problems with the way you think”.


  • Can't think of the words you want to say.

  • Say the wrong word. Sometimes, you may say something related, like "fish" instead of "chicken." Or you might say a word that does not make much sense, like "radio" for "ball."

  • Switch sounds in words. For example, you might say "wish dasher" for "dishwasher."

  • Use made-up words.

  • Have a hard time saying sentences. Single words may be easier.

  • Put made-up words and real words together into sentences that do not make sense.

Please reach out to us if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you!

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