The Aphasia translate project seeks to develop solutions to restore communication to non-anglophone or bilingual stroke patients who have lost their capacity for speech. The beneficiaries will be patients hospitalized in neurovascular emergency units during the critical phase at admission. Our goal is to provide medical and paramedical staff with free online access to innovative, digital tools to help patients regain speech based on neurolinguistic research and speech therapy.  


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