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Talk With Me for people after a stroke with a communication difficulty called Aphasia. Aphasia means that it may be difficult to speak, understand speech, read or write
The Talk With Me app from Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland is for people who have had a stroke resulting in a communication difficulty called Aphasia. Aphasia means that it may be difficult to speak, understand speech, read or write after a stroke.
Talk with me uses symbols, images and photographs to help with conversation and basic communication. It is free to download.
Talk with me is based on an existing Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland conversation support booklet which is widely used within NHS
Scotland, Scottish Ambulance Service, families, carers for people with Aphasia after stroke and Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland rehabilitation and peer support services for over 10 years. The new app has been developed with Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland in partnership with Lawlor Technologies and funded by Scottish Government with an Adult Community Care Grant.