ACT for Yorkshire Ltd - Speech & Language Therapy for adults with neurological conditions

ACT for Yorkshire Ltd - Speech & Language Therapy for adults with neurological conditions

ACT for Yorkshire Ltd - Speech & Language Therapy for adults with neurological conditions

Speech & Language Therapy for adults with neurological conditions

Stroke, Head Injury, Brain Tumour

Communication problems (aphasia, dysarthria and dyspraxia) occur when there is damage to the communication centres of the brain and are common after a stroke, head injury or brain tumour. There is good evidence to support the success of the therapy we offer, and research also shows that the sooner treatment begins, the better chance there is of a good outcome in terms of being able to communicate effectively.

Communication problems after a stroke, a head injury or a brain tumour may involve your:


You may have difficulties with:

 

Our Speech & Language Therapy can help you by:


You can also find useful information from these sites

www.stroke.org.uk
www.speakability.org.uk
www.differentstrokes.co.uk
www.aphasiaalliance.org
www.headway.org.uk
www.britishaphasiologysociety.org.uk