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Is aphasia notieceable to a neurolgoist or speech therapist? Even in the earliest stages?

Yes. If an appropriate speech evaluation is completed, and there is a true expressive or receptive aphasia, even a mild dysnomia, this should be readily discerned. Read more...

Please answer! What possible treatment that can help it without checking it out with a speech therapist?

Please specify "it". Stammer? Lisp? Articulation Disorder? Specific Language Impairment? Also, please clarify your barriers to care, if you're saying you've been referred to a Speech/Language Pathologist, but cannot follow through with the recommendation. . Read more...

What happens in a speech therapy for stammerers? And can one speech therapist work on differnt handicaps like dumb and deaf peaple along with stutteres

Stuttering. Speech therapists have special techniques to teach stutterers how to slow down their speech patterns, etc. Teaching a person who is deaf to speak would be challenging for a general speech therapist without specialized training and a team approach. Read more...

I went to a speech therapist today he said I'll have therapy 5 days a week only for 20 minutes each day. Will that be enough for stammering.

Outcome in therapies. for stuttering are related to the time, attention & intention of the SLT & patient as well as the SLT's expertise. Any behavioral treatment program requires an assessment of impairment at baseline, specific treatment goals, data collection & re-evaluation every 3-6 months to determine treatment efficacy. Adding psychotherapy for speech-related anxiety may ^ rate of progress & generalization. . Read more...