Can expressive aphasia improve over time? I’m asking for my brother, he is 17 years old and he had his stroke on the 21st of August, the stroke affected his right side and the opposite side of his brain. so he can’t speak he uses gestures to respond and his right side is not working.

Home Forums Find Survivors 0-6 Months Can expressive aphasia improve over time? I’m asking for my brother, he is 17 years old and he had his stroke on the 21st of August, the stroke affected his right side and the opposite side of his brain. so he can’t speak he uses gestures to respond and his right side is not working. Can expressive aphasia improve over time? I’m asking for my brother, he is 17 years old and he had his stroke on the 21st of August, the stroke affected his right side and the opposite side of his brain. so he can’t speak he uses gestures to respond and his right side is not working.

Phanuel Mabbola
Keymaster

it can depending on the extent of the damage on the nerves, I saw two stroke survivors here in Zambia I have been attending to who had serious problems with speach but with time and some speach therapy they are improving. encourage choose the best diet which will help with the building of the nerves system, music also is good if they can be singing alongside as it plays.