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Whether you are a seasoned caregiver or new to aphasia, we provide a large collection of resources to both educate and support you on your journey as a caregiver and communication partner.

News and Updates

june 16 ac

Aphasia Cafe: Looking Forward

The world is slowly opening back up again. As more and more …

Living With vs Surviving

Community Results: Living With or Surviving

Several weeks ago, the NAA posed a question to the community about …

James, Rowan, Vicki

Aphasia Threads: James, Rowan, and Vicki

Welcome to the Aphasia Threads Project, which usually weaves together three points-of-view: …

women and blood pressure

What You Need To Know About Women and Strokes

The facts are the facts: Women face a higher risk of stroke …

Jodi Morgan

The Aphasia Access Innovator Award Goes To…

…Jodi Morgan! The National Aphasia Association was proud to sponsor the Innovator …

living with or surviving

Living With or Surviving?

A few weeks ago, we asked you whether you liked the term …

Gabby Giffords

Gabby Giffords Is Treating Aphasia With Music

Gabby Giffords is treating her aphasia with music—the French horn, specifically. She …

Aphasia in the News

The Pandemic and Primary Progressive Aphasia

The emails to the NAA started early in the pandemic. The person …

research

Peer-Befriending Study and the Impact on Aphasia

Aphasia is stressful, and that stress usually comes on suddenly due to …

may 19 aphasia cafe

Aphasia Cafe: Visual Aphasia

What does aphasia look like? While there can be physical signs after …