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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A Stitch of Time: Invisible Effects of Aphasia

Some effects of aphasia are apparent immediately. The inability to follow a …

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What are the Different Types of Aphasia?

Part of Aphasia Awareness Month is bringing general information about aphasia to …

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Emotional Milestones After Aphasia

We’re wrapping up our discussion of Kelly and Brad Marsh’s new book, …

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Leaving a Job After Aphasia

In Kelly and Brad Marsh’s new book, Love Stroke, Kelly tells a …

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Word Games and Aphasia

Games are a great way to continue practicing word use at home. …

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Could Technology Change Aphasia Treatment in the Future?

Technology is changing the lives of people post-stroke. Gizmodo recently published an …

Aphasia Awareness Month Poster Goes Digital

Every year, the aphasia community produces a poster to mark Aphasia Awareness …

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June is Aphasia Awareness Month

2 million people in the United States have aphasia, but 84.5% of …

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Do You Become Invisible When You Have Aphasia?

In Kelly and Brad Marsh’s new book, Love Stroke, Kelly describes herself …

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Aphasia from Two Points-of-View

One of my favourite things about Kelly and Brad Marsh’s new book, …