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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

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Words are more like Cats than Dogs: A Commentary on Aphasia

By: Bayard Baylis Due to a medical episode in March, 2009 and …

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Phoenix Rising

By: George S. Harris Caroline (Carrie) Harris’ odyssey to becoming a stroke …

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Courts Hear the Whispers of Aphasia

By: Roseanne Boyle Curtis Is there no one to speak for the ill …

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My Goals

  By: Jim Goodman   Aphasia is an impairment of a person’s …

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Yes You Can

By: Eulah Holland “When I was 53, I suffered a stroke that …

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My Story of Aphasia

By: Wheeler E. Hubbard   If you met me today, you would …

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Aphasia is Contagious!

By: Thomas M. Phillips Did I say that? Yes, I did. Now before …

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Brain On Strike

By: Ethel Lee-Miller In January 2005 some of my brother-in-law’s brain cells …

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When the Roof Fell In

By: Dan Martin On a family vacation in Greece to celebrate her …

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Our Journey through TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)

On June 11, 2006 Gary had come home from working with our …