Helping people with aphasia communicate again

One third of people who survive a stroke experience aphasia - a language impairment that affects a person's ability to express and understand written and spoken language, which can leave them socially isolated.
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$ 803B
Potential Funding
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Nature and Context

Because aphasia effects a person's ability to communicate, people who suffer from it often feel alone. Helping them recover their communication skills, through a virtual environment and therapy can help them make connections even before they are fully healed. Speech and language therapists know technology can reach people who have previously been considered unreachable.

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