impaired speech

impaired speech

Dysarthria, see there.
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"I was told to tell him to go back there, but he said he didn't want to as he was being bullied for having a disability - he had impaired speech, like someone who has maybe had a stroke."
She was diagnosed with Nemaline Myopathy, a congenital, hereditary neuromuscular disorder with many symptoms such as hypoventilation, swallowing dysfunction and impaired speech ability.
Michele's impaired speech had an impact on her two children as well.
She struggles to eat, has impaired speech, fatigue, dizziness, emotional issues and "will never return to independent living".
AI to improve computers' abilities to understand diverse speech patterns, such as impaired speech.
People with a disability can also have impaired speech, affecting their ability to convey needs, according to the National League for Nursing, an association of nursing professionals.
The T-F pattern of an impaired speech signal is correlated with corresponding patterns of the six unimpaired options from a list of six rhyming words in multiple AI bands (Figure 2).
I had blurred vision, impaired speech and I couldn't walk.
For children that are born with hearing loss, impaired speech, a cochlear implant could be the solution but how soon should the surgery be done to have maximum efficacy?
Catherine finally surrendered to the cumulative effects of dementia and Alzheimers disease, but up until her very last days and even with severely impaired speech she always managed to say "I love you." We all loved her.
FAST stands for Face, Arm, Speech and Time (to call 111) - sudden changes to a persons face such as drooping, loss of arm strength or impaired speech could all be warnings that theyre experiencing a stroke.