RESULTS Apha­sia (11)

APHA­SIA: Total or par­tial loss of the abil­ity to use or under­stand lan­gauge; usu­ally caused by stroke, brain dis­ease or injury.

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Source: National Insti­tute on Deaf­ness and Other Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Dis­or­der

Apha­sia : The fol­low­ing are avail­able in the Resource Cen­tre or online.
Cum­mings Cen­tre for Seniors
A non-​profit com­mu­nity orga­ni­za­tion offer­ing many courses and pro­grams, includ­ing fine arts, crafts, lec­tures, games, clubs, edu­ca­tion, well­ness, adapted pro­grams, and more.
Québec Asso­ci­a­tion for Peo­ple with Apha­sia
Phys­i­cal Changes After Stroke
Heart and Stroke Foun­da­tion. 2013. Canada.
Apha­sia
Mayo Clinic. 2015. USA.
Apha­sia Infor­ma­tion Page
National Insti­tute of Neu­ro­log­i­cal Dis­or­ders and Stroke. 2017. USA.
Apraxia vs. Apha­sia
Amer­i­can Heart Asso­ci­a­tion. 2016. USA.
What is Apha­sia?
Cleve­land Clinic. 2017. USA.
Speech-​Language & Audi­ol­ogy Canada
Speech-​Language & Audi­ol­ogy Canada. Canada.
Amer­i­can Speech-​Language-​Hearing Asso­ci­a­tion
Amer­i­can Speech-​Language-​Hearing Asso­ci­a­tion. USA.
National Apha­sia Asso­ci­a­tion
National Apha­sia Asso­ci­a­tion. USA.
National Insti­tute on Deaf­ness and Other Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Dis­or­ders
National Insti­tute on Deaf­ness and Other Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Dis­or­ders. USA.

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