Fluent Aphasia Wernicke’s Aphasia
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[Fluent Aphasia Wernicke’s Aphasia]
A type of aphasia (language disorder after stroke) with poor comprehension.
Speech is effortless, but the meaning is impaired.
Hi, Byron, how are you?
a stroke survivor with fluent aphasia
I’m happy. Are you pretty? You look good.
What are you doing today?
We stayed with the water over here at the moment and talked with the people with them over there. They’re guiding for them at the moment with those saving the movement. He held water for him, with luck for him.
So we are on a cruise and we are about to…
We will sort right here and those save their hands right there with them.
And what are we just doing with the iPad?
Uh…. right at the moment they don’t show a darn thing.
With the iPad that we were doing. We, like here?
I’d like my change from me and change hands from me, with happy, I would talk with Dona some times. We’re all with them, other people are working with them and them. I’m very happy with them.
This girl with very good. And happy, and I play golf and hit other trees. We play out with the hands. We save a lot of hands on hold for peoples for us, other hands. And what you get, but I talk with a lot of hand for him some time am I talk of any more to saying.
All right. Thank you, very much.
Thank you very much. I appreciate it and I hope the world lasts for you.
Thank you. It’s been a pleasure. Bye, bye.
Have a good day.
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