Aphasia in Multiple Languages

Individuals with aphasia, who speak two or more languages, will find each language to be affected.  However, each language may be affected to different extents.  Similarly, the patient’s recovery in these languages may not follow a similar pattern.  Some of the factors that contribute to these differences in affected languages are the patient’s personal linguistic environment, social context, and the psychological importance of language.  It is advised to encourage the patient to use whatever language he or she feels comfortable with and wants to communicate in.

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The Family Guide (Facts about Aphasia and Stroke) has been published in Bengali and is available on request from Ratna Sagar Publishers, New Delhi.

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