Jun. 16th, 2009

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Thank goodness for intuitive software. My apahsia's not that bad from this little TIA, but it's a real bitca to work myself through it. I found out pretty early on that the standard medico-physio treatments do squat for me. I read aloud until I get my thoughts and tongue back under control. My writing doesn't seem hardly affected, aside from weakness on my left side. I'll work the ball and brass-knuckle looking squeezing thing on my own, too.

The main problem with aphasia treated with speach therapy for a polyglot - is that so many different words slur out in different languages, that the so-called 'experts' see these as signs of deterioration or at least, lack of improvement. Only real way to work it through is on my own. Plus - zero fundage for medical care. I've got electrical tape wrapped around a glass cut on my right hand right now (over a butterfly bandage with a&d cream to prevent the sticking of any scabbing). We work with what we've got. :D

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