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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 3698-3708

Language Competency Recovery Model Using Inclusive Therapy for Post-Stroke Wernicke Aphasia Patients: A Neurolinguistic Study

Mutiara Indah N.D.*, Dadang Suganda, MuhamadAdji, VitrianaBiben.

Wernicke's aphasia is a type of aphasia caused by damage to parts of the brain associated with language comprehension. Those who experience Wernicke's aphasia generally cannot understand the words said by others or themselves. This condition occurs in adults who have had a stroke due to a blockage or rupture of blood vessels in the brains of left and right hemispheres. This article discusses one model of language therapy that can be done to restore the ability of production and language competence in patients with post-stroke Wernicke's aphasia in the form of inclusive therapy. This research uses qualitative methods, using theoretical and methodological approaches (Maseleno et al., 2019). The focus of the study is a case study of one post-stroke patient suffering from Wernicke's aphasia. The results showed that people with Wernicke's aphasia still had cognitive abilities in language. The difficulty lies in syntactically and semantically speaking language production. There are three models of therapy conducted in an inclusive and integrated, ie physiological recovery post-stroke therapy, language competency restoration therapy, and motivational therapy. The therapy is carried out regularly and continuously can accelerate the process of restoring language competence for sufferers of post-stroke Aphasia Wernicke.

Key words: Wernicke's aphasia, inclusive therapy, post stroke, neurolinguistics, language competence.

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