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People with a communication disorder commonly associated with stroke are being invited to take part in a trial on whether singing groups can benefit them.
Aphasia is a speech and language disorder caused by damage to the brain. It is thought that around one in three people who have had a stroke experience it to some degree.
People with aphasia can struggle to speak and often make mistakes with the words they use, sometimes using the wrong sounds or putting words together incorrectly. They can also experience difficulty reading and writing.
Researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School are now seeking...Read more