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B4 Aphasia Cards™

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Elicit speech and language production at one and two syllable word level.

Key Benefits

• Improve auditory discrimination
• Match pictures to pictures
• Match words to pictures
• Match words to words
• Improve auditory comprehension
• Improve naming
• Box of 96: one and two syllable words
• English and Spanish versions
• 4 1/4 x 3 1/2" cards

Box of 96 cards for $49.95
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