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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Aphasia awareness through music and song
June, 2016 Aphasia Awareness Month What better way to spread awareness about Aphasia and have some fun in the process than to write a song about it! This is what the Niagara Aphasia Program in Ontario, Canada, did. They created a music video and invited persons with Aphasia to star in it. Here is the project described in […]
Why we need more awareness about Aphasia
June, 2016, Aphasia Awareness Month What are the everyday struggles of persons with Aphasia and their caregivers? Many people don’t know. We have collected some of the emails we receive from patients and caregivers who have agreed to share their stories with all of us in the hope that this will help increase awareness about this challenging and […]
Your church, cinema, bookstore, or Facebook page – where will you go to raise awareness about Aphasia this June?
May, 2016 Aphasia Awareness Month of June is approaching, and it is time to plan activities that can help people in your community learn about this condition. Here we started a list with some ideas to help you plan your aphasia awareness event. What are your ideas? Share them with the NAA at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will share with […]