Tips for Communicating With a Person Who Has Aphasia

Speak in a slightly slower speech rate and remember you are talking to an adult. Avoid talking “childlike.” Use visual supports.  As you are talking, use a whiteboard or blank paper to print salient, relevant words to enhance the message you are relaying. Point to items in your surroundings that relate to your message. Use gestures, drawings, facial expressions …

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