Using my voice after two years of silence
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Using my voice after two years of silence

Graham hasn’t said a word for two years.

Since his stroke in 2014, the 55-year-old has only been able to communicate by slowly tapping out words on a tablet.

The BBC introduced him to two designers who, with the help of technology and some old video recordings, have made it possible for him to use his voice again.

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  • 14 Dec 2016
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