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Speech Pathology for Language Improvement
Language difficulties (aphasia) can include difficulties with listening, speaking, reading and writing. This can mean difficulty understanding what other people say, losing the meaning of words and difficulty recognising word sounds.
It can also be difficult to express what a person wants to say or find words and they may get stuck on particular sounds. Language difficulties are typically caused by stroke or brain injury.
Speech Pathologists work with people living with language difficulties to improve their ability to communicate with others!