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.

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Affiliate Highlight: High Quality Home Therapy

This is another entry in our affiliate highlight series. We’re currently looking …

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Return to Where Your Aphasia Started

We’ve been speaking about A Stitch of Time by Lauren Marks as …

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Affiliate Highlight: The University of South Carolina Aphasia Laboratory

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

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Winter Emergency Preparedness and Aphasia

Winter is here. Whether you’re managing the cold or dealing with an …

Ladge Center

Affiliate Highlight: LIU Post Ladge Speech and Hearing Center

We love our affiliates, and you should, too. They’re changing the lives …

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Resolutions and Aphasia

2017 is winding down. At the NAA, we’re already thinking about our …

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Loving a Person With Aphasia

Lauren Marks talked about loving her boyfriend, Jonah, throughout the book. They …

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When Should You Consider Yourself Recovered When it Comes to Aphasia?

You can mark a date when aphasia begins. It is easy to …

Aphasia and the Holidays

Last month we gave you some tips for getting more out of …

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Research Alert: Brain Stimulation and Aphasia

This new aphasia research is personalization at its best. Rather than treat …