Aphasia is a communication disorder affecting over
In 2020, yearly number of aphasia cases will
double to 180,000
Learn about Aphasia
Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder that impairs a person's ability to process language, but does not affect intelligence. Aphasia impairs the ability to speak and understand others.
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Affiliate Spotlight – Adler Aphasia Center
We spoke with the Adler Aphasia Center to learn more about their services, their approach, and why they find working with Aphasia so important. In this profile, they also share with us their favorite success story with a patient and what makes their center unique. Check out their NAA listings at the end of the […]
Affiliate Spotlight – Austin Speech Labs
Austin speech labs offered some insight into their work and how they are able to promote their services to help the Aphasia community. We loved hearing about their therapy approach and an uplifting success story they shared about one of the amazing young men they worked with. Tell us about what you do and what […]
Getting on with the rest of your life after stroke and aphasia: a study of life participation post stroke
October 17, 2016 Following stroke, many people experience difficulty with social interaction, recreational activities, and even regular daily-life activities. This is often a result of limited physical mobility, mood changes such as experiencing depression, or, for some, dealing with a cognitive impairment. For persons with Aphasia, difficulty speaking or understanding others is a particular challenge. […]