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

Aphasia gets a spotlight during Joe Biden’s Presidential Medal of Freedom acceptance speech

January 13, 2016 Today, in a surprise ceremony, President Barack Obama awarded …

How many people are aphasia aware? 2016 National Aphasia Awareness Survey results.

December 12, 2016 People with aphasia and their caregivers consistently report to …

Affiliate Spotlight – Adler Aphasia Center

We spoke with the Adler Aphasia Center to learn more about their …

Affiliate Spotlight – Austin Speech Labs

Austin speech labs offered some insight into their work and how they …

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National Aphasia Association Response to Statements by Trump Campaign Spokesperson

In response to a recent statement by Trump campaign spokesperson, Katrina Pierson, …

We asked: Does difficulty with speech imply intellectual disability? See how people responded

June 2016, Aphasia Awareness Month One key message that the National Aphasia …

Aphasia awareness through music and song

June, 2016 Aphasia Awareness Month  What better way to spread awareness about …

Why we need more awareness about Aphasia

June, 2016, Aphasia Awareness Month What are the everyday struggles of persons with …

Your church, cinema, bookstore, or Facebook page – where will you go to raise awareness about Aphasia this June?

May, 2016 Aphasia Awareness Month of June is approaching, and it is …

Primary progressive aphasia is not Alzheimer’s

April 4, 2016 Many people find it confusing to distinguish between Primary Progressive …