Results for: Aphasia

What does Wernicke's aphasia result in?

  It results in the inability to comprehend speech directly. Speech can still be produced, and is generally grammatically understandable; however, the types of sentences p (MORE)

What is Aphasia?

  Aphasia is a language impairment caused by neurologic damage, usually to the left hemisphere of the brain. It can effect how a person comprehends language (receptive) or (MORE)

What happens when someone suffers broca's aphasia?

Broca's aphasia occurs when a patient suffers a brain injury that results in damage to the frontal brain lobe that controls language capabilities. As a result, patients encoun (MORE)

How much aphasia therapy is typically covered by insurance?

  The amount of coverage for aphasia therapy will vary greatly depending on a person's health insurance coverage. Some people have no limits and can receive treatment unti (MORE)

What is shopping aphasia?

Aphasia is a condition, which affects a  person's ability to communicate.This can include difficulties with:  talking, understanding what people are saying, reading, writing (MORE)

What is expressive aphasia?

Expressive aphasia is a neurogenic communicative disorder characterized by the inability to speak or verbally communicate. This disorder is typically associated with damage in (MORE)