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Advances in Speech-language Pathology
Discourse is essential for interaction and for the expression of ideas, feelings and opinions. Telling personal stories, such as talking about your day or recounting what happened in the playground, is essential for communication and establishing relationships. However, due to their language impairments, people with aphasia (PWA) and children with developmental language disorder (DLD) often have problems with everyday discourse which impact on their lives more widely. While improvement indoi:10.5772/intechopen.69894 fatcat:dww3aq2lbzd2bht3esligwnnge