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

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Out of the Fog

By: Lee Rogers I would like to introduce my wife, Kathy and my …

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My Mom

By: Jeannie Hi. On May 8, 2007, my 52 year old mom, …

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Brain On Strike

By: Ethel Lee-Miller In January 2005 some of my brother-in-law’s brain cells …

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Living with Aphasia: UK Connect

      Living with Aphasia [Note: Connect UK aphasia charity has …

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Trapped in Your Own Mind

By: Sandi Deranek I wanted to share my mother’s experience with you …

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When the Roof Fell In

By: Dan Martin On a family vacation in Greece to celebrate her …

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Words are more like Cats than Dogs: A Commentary on Aphasia

By: Bayard Baylis Due to a medical episode in March, 2009 and …

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Our Journey through TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)

On June 11, 2006 Gary had come home from working with our …

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The Aphasia Group at NYU Steinhardt School

The Aphasia Group at NYU Steinhardt School By Clifford Groen December 27th, …

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Two strokes at once & a Widow Maker

First, I had a “Widow Maker” heart attack where the left anterior …