Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder. A person with aphasia may find it difficult to speak, understand spoken words, to read and to write.

Aphasia can be caused suddenly by stroke or trauma to the brain or can come about more gradually as a result of a neurodegenerative disease, or sometimes an unknown cause.

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I have a client who has aphasia. I’m looking for services in the community; what does ACO offer?
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