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    I have a father-in-law. He experienced stroke and after that he can't talk anymore. What are we going to do so that he can speak again?

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    Re: Speech Therapy

    The best way is to visit a good speech therapist and get the proper treatment.

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    Smile Re: Speech Therapy

    Thanks for the advise! Do you have any idea whats the basic speech therapy we can apply to him personally?

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    Re: Speech Therapy

    Yeah. I agree, It's really best to consult a speech therapist so they can start the therapy.

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    Lightbulb Re: Speech Therapy

    Well,let us hope for him full fast recovery...


    The help depends on level of injury and his abilities,however may I can tell u to:

    Try to encourage your father to pronounce the letters as O,B,P,S,Z,A,...

    Avoid Gums,reduce looking at merrors,


    Hope this would help!


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    Re: Speech Therapy

    you should visit a good speech therapist.

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    Re: Speech Therapy

    hope for him full fast recovery. it would be better if you visited a good speech therapist.

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    Re: Speech Therapy

    Quote Originally Posted by berlinpogs View Post
    Thanks for the advise! Do you have any idea whats the basic speech therapy we can apply to him personally?
    it depends on the problem. you can do a basic test by a close therapist he/she would advice you what to do next.



 
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