In Communication Sciences and Disorders

Strokes are becoming more common in individuals aged 25-44, reported Abe Aboraya in a Dec. 5 segment on WMFE 90.7, a PBS affiliate.

Learn how Aphasia House is providing help for young stroke survivors who have loss their ability to read, write and speak in his story, As Strokes Become More Common In Younger Population, Intense Programs to Reteach Speech Grow.

(Left to right) Speech language pathologist Arianna Morgart, stroke surviver Wade Cole and Stephanie Cole, Wade's mother.

(Left to right) Speech language pathologist Arianna Morgart, stroke surviver Wade Cole and
Stephanie Cole, Wade’s mother.

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