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It can be difficult to speak after a stroke. This study looks at how tools on the Internet can be used. These tools can make it easier for you to read or write your thoughts.
Benefit: This study will help us understand what tools are useful to you. You can also tell us which tools you like best. This will help us design a tool which will be useful for you
The study focuses on people with aphasia. As such, having a communication difficulty after a brain injury is the only criteria for participation. This includes dysphasia, aphasia, alexia, and apraxia of speech as well. It also includes any other communication-based impairments, such as comprehension, reading or writing difficulties post a traumatic brain injury.
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