Fluent Aphasia (Wernicke's Aphasia)
Fluent Aphasia (Wernicke's Aphasia)
Listen to Byron Peterson, a stroke survivor with fluent aphasia, speak with typically effortless speech with impaired meaning and poor comprehension in this interview with Megan Sutton, SLP from Tactus Therapy Solutions. Read more about Byron here: http://tactustherapy.com/wernickes-aphasia-making-sense-of-adventure/ And learn more about fluent aphasia: http://tactustherapy.com/what-is-fluent-aphasia-video/
This sounds like someone spamming their predictive text lol
bro this is what trump sounds like
0:09When you finally talk to your crush after gathering courage for two hours
He’s lovely 🙂
Who is the water Byron and so stayed with?!? LOL!
Interesting, I may have a milder (struggling with words right now) form, of (want to say something intelligent) (still searching for appropriate way to phrase and words to use) (I know there’s a better word than “form”) version? of this disease
this is what you guys sound like when you hit text to speach
Read how this video of Byron inspired a character in a Liam Neeson movie and a Kathleen Turner play: https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/local-las-vegas/artists-draw-inspiration-from-summerlin-mans-rare-speech-disorder-2401773/
How he understood thank you soo much sentence
Oh dear, I’m seeing the difference between Broca’s Aphasia and Wernick’s Aphasia. I feel like this is worse T.T
little to no comprehension of what was asked or said
Can he communicate by sign language?
If anyone has seen the Liam Neeson film ‘Ice Road’ there is a scene in it where his brother has Aphasia and his lines are pretty much word for word from this video. He even says ‘ I hope the world lasts for you’
This is funny how it dont make sense
Does he realize he isn’t speaking coherently? I was watching other Aphasia patient interviews, and they knew they were trying to speak but could not think of the appropriate word or structure sentences properly so they didn’t say anything. But he seems like he isn’t even aware of it? Very interesting.
I pray u may have everything you want💜
Is he aware of whatever he’s saying? or does he think he have a normal speech?
What is going on inside his mind?
seems like his brain skips some steps when it tries to associate two phrases together ("how are you">"doing well">"looking well">"looking good">"looking pretty") but he still knows what he wants to communicate and still comes off as a really charming sociable person
Me when my wife catches me doing something I shouldn’t be
He’s Joe Biden’s speech writer.
I thought Trump was giving a speech.
He seems to understand all he says.
How on earth do you communicate with Byron?
Is something wrong with me ? I cant stop laughing ! I know it is’nt supposed to be funny
Interesting, he knows what he wants to say, but because of the aphasia, he picks the closest thing he can to the word he wants and goes with that, because he can’t get the word he wants, Fascinating. Complete comprehension of what’s spoken to him, but his ability to select words for his sentence is impaired.
I think it’s pretty cool that you can still kinda figure out what he’s trying to say pretty easily despite the fact he’s essentially speaking Cleverbot.
Wtffffff the internet is weird I look up what aphasia is jus for research and this vid pops up and she says my name “byron” 😳🍀
This is very interesting and sad at the same time.
A word of gratitude to Byron and Megan. My physiology students were very thrilled and touched. This video helps a lot.
Deep space 9 brought me here
He seems like a nice person.
I have speech processing issues and this is what everyone sounds like to me when they kick in.
"I’m happy, are you pretty?"
I need this man’s pickup lines.
My dad is in the early stages, he had his stroke around 5-6 weeks ago. Luckily his movement improved dramatically so he was released from the hospital… tho his eyesight is very bad, lost sight on the right side. The first few days of him being home he was great and patient, but as you’d expect it’s a difficult time for him so the more anxious and frustrated he gets, the more tired he gets and his speech gets very bad. He has periods making MORE sense, gestures help, sentences formed a bit better, but it’s not great. He is very bad with names, the time, numbers (like he’ll say we need "2 million instead of 2 pounds" for milk, or the time is 3hundred thousand for 3 o clock). Sadly he’s not eating and staying in bed a lot the more he realizes we can’t understand him. He also repeats the exact same story on and on for hours.
“I hope the world lasts for you.” Omg 🥺
The last two sentences I didnt see any aphasia.he spoke quite well
This makes me really sad
So it’s something like a permanent semantic satiation? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_satiation
That’s the most ominous send-off ever lmao, I hope the world lasts for you
Still a better speaker than trump
So I’m watching The Ice Road on Netflix. The brother of Liam Neeson’s character has fluent aphasia, and I came here to see how accurate their portrayal was. In the film, a doctor greets the man and he says "I hope the world lasts for you." I’m guessing the writers watched this video while doing their research…
What is the reason behind he can comprehend her last discourse and reply back with appropriate phrases? As you watched he couldn’t pick the words even slightly convenient in the previous part of the video.
So do these people know they make no sense?
Thank you Mr Peterson. I now know and understand what Wernicke’s Aphasia is.
A nursing student from Canada:)
It was a very helpful video
Thanks for sharing
This reminds me of the Psycho Krieg in Borderlands 3 on the Fantastic Flustercluck DLC. His alter generally spoke in aphasia(albeit, very gory and vile words), and the sane Krieg would interpret. Never knew the actual word for it. I just called it word salad.
"im happy, are you pretty? you look good" HAHAHA his beautiful loving nature seems to be hardwired. "i hope the world lasts for you" wow.