Caring for Someone Who Can’t Speak After a Stroke
Many people have some difficulty speaking after a stroke. This is called aphasia. Aphasia can also affect the person’s ability to understand speech, read, and write. Caring for a loved one with physical impairments can be very difficult. When you add aphasia to the equation, providing care can become a bit trickier.
If your loved one has trouble speaking after stroke, here are some things you can do to help support their communication.