The nurse receives report on a client with damage to the part of the brain called Broca's area. The nurse knows this client will likely be having problems with which of the following?

 

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- Talking to people

- Having any sensation in their fingers

- Understanding what people are saying

- Controlling their voice volume

Rationale

A client who has had damage to Broca's area will experience Broca's aphasia and will have a difficult time speaking and writing, but will not have issues with understanding communication, just frustration with the inability to not express communication.

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