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What do I need to know about caring for someone with dysprosody?

Other than creating a change in speech, dysprosody should not affect daily life or impede a person's ability to participate in normal activities. If you are caring for someone with dysprosody, learn about the speech therapy techniques that have proven helpful in some cases. Help your loved one cope with their change in speech and understand that just because they may sound different, this disorder does not impede their ability to participate in daily life.

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