Aphasia is a language disorder.
It impacts people’s ability to write, read, speak, or understand language.
There are 3 broad
types: Broca's aphasia, Wernicke's aphasia, and global aphasia.
They all affect one’s ability to communicate
Using incomplete or meaningless sentences,
mixing up words, inability to understand conversations, etc.
Aphasia may occur suddenly after a stroke
or head injury
or slowly due to brain tumors or neurological diseases.
affects middle-aged or older people,
but it can affect anyone, including children.
The main treatment
for aphasia is speech-language therapy, either individually or in groups.