I Have Aphasia

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Aphasia is challenging, isolating, and frustrating. Here you can find information to help you better understand aphasia, typical treatments, and assistive technology options. You are not alone: over one million people in the U.S. have aphasia.

News and Updates

nov 17 ac

Aphasia Cafe: Dealing With Isolation

Isolation (during the pandemic, winter weather, or mobility issues) is particularly difficult …

Affiliate Highlight: Neuro Speech Services

We’re continuing with our affiliate highlight series, this time turning our eye …

Affiliate Highlight: TTUHSC Stroke & Aphasia Recovery (STAR) Program

This is the first post in our newly relaunched affiliate highlight series. …

research

New Research for Bilingual Individuals With Aphasia

New research aimed at helping bilingual people with aphasia regain communication skills …

Aphasia in the News

Learn About Penn State’s Training Program for Mental Health and Aphasia

Aphasia can be emotionally difficult. People with aphasia are 62% more likely …

word-finding solutions

A Long List of Word-Finding Tips

We asked you (thanks to James M) your best word-finding tips. And …

october 20 aphasia cafe

Aphasia Cafe: Let’s Play a Game Together

A few weeks ago, we told you about Aphasia Games for Health …

professionals with aphasia connect

Professionals With Aphasia Share the Ups and Downs of the Workplace

Even though the leaves will be falling off the trees soon, fall …

Coleman Watson

A Person with Aphasia Is on the Ballot: Stroke Survivor Coleman Watson Runs for U.S. Senate

Floridians will be happy to know they have an advocate with aphasia …

Games Meet Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy Meets Aphasia-Friendly Games

A group of people came together to create three video games aimed …