Cost Effectiveness of Computer Aphasia Treatment versus Usual Stimulation (CACTUS)

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About a third of people who have had a stroke have aphasia, making it difficult to speak, understand,
read and write. There is evidence that people can continue to improve their language ability for several years. However, it is difficult to provide continued treatment with the intensity required to support improvement because of limited speech and language therapy resources. Specially developed computer software offers the opportunity for individuals with speech and language difficulties to continue independent language practice.

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