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Speech & communication difficulties

Stroke, brain injury or other damage to the nerves or muscles can cause problems with speech and communication. Usually you will need to see a qualified speech language therapist. But on these pages you can find information about different speech and language difficulties and advice on how you can help yourself or someone you are caring for. Some of the information is intended to be used with specific advice from a speech language therapist.

Written by HealthInfo clinical advisers. Reviewed December 2016.

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Aphasia

Apraxia of speech

Dysarthria

Communication strategies

Community groups for communication difficulties

Speech & language delay or disorder

Speech language therapists

Stuttering

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Review key: HISCD-79694