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a) fluent aphasia
b) -semantic paraphasia (i.e. "eating me" instead of "feeding me")
-neologism (i.e. "...not weeks, pents")
-anomic episodes (i.e. she couldn't figure out what came after "9"; was it months, days, weeks, etc)
-pressed speech (she kept speaking even though she kept trailing off and did not make clear sense)
c) Yes the client does present with some receptive deficits. Although she initially answered the question, "How do you think your language is these days?" with the response, "Seems better", her thoughts trailed off into talking about what had happened to her when she had the stroke, and even about how she was selling her car.

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-anomic episodes (i.e. she couldn't figure out what came after "9"; was it months, days, weeks, etc) --- this does not support ratioale for fluent -- can be found in all types of aphasia


"how do you think your language is these days?" answers "being here?"
Did not directly answer the questions but rather told her stroke/hospitalization story. Never stopped talking. Talked about her car "I loved it."
fluent; flowing, a lot output; receptive deficits as didn't answer first question; retold her speech therapy story; didn't explain word finding difficulty; press of speech; decreased awareness of deficits;
Paragrammatism: grammatical elements present but often anomalous, substitutions and additions of grammatical morphology rather than omissions
press of speech
lack of awareness to deficits
greater than 50 WPRM
Multiple paraphasias "helling me" / Helping me
"eating me"/for feeding me?
"country"/county
mother/sister
April, April/August
9 pens/9 months
aricks/weeks