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

Shirley Ryan

Affiliate Highlight: The Shirley Ryan AbilityLab Center for Aphasia Research and Treatment

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

unique ideas

Unique Support Groups, Aphasia Apps, Therapies, and Books

The NAA hears about many interesting supplemental therapies and tools for treating …

realizations

Aphasia Realizations

Kimberly Williams-Paisley encounters many realizations once her mother is diagnosed with primary …

Arizona

Affiliate Highlight: University of Arizona Clinic for Adult Communication Disorders, Aphasia Programs

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

brain stimulation

New Clinical Trial Uses Magnetic Brain Stimulation to Treat Aphasia

There’s an exciting new clinical trial beginning in January 2019 that is …

Rocky Mountain University

Affiliate Highlight: Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions Center for Communication Disorders (RMUoHP-CCD)

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

Giving Tuesday

Here’s What the NAA Accomplished This Year

The Tuesday after Thanksgiving is our favourite holiday: Giving Tuesday. It’s a …

Speech Works RI

Affiliate Highlight: Speech Works RI

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

holiday

Navigating the Holidays with Aphasia: Tips for Enjoying the Holiday Season

Holidays can be a relaxing time full of family and friends, good …

toastmasters

Using Toastmasters to Work on Speech After Aphasia Treatments

You can find Toastmasters clubs across the United States. The public speaking …