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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Larry’s Aphasia Story – “You can get better.”

I was in an accident in 1996 I was derived down a …

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Air Force Veteran Uses Technology To Help Him Communicate After a Stroke

Alan has had a storied career as a successful business man, an …

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Voice from Speak EZ – Portland State University

The following are stories from the Speak EZ group members. Speak EZ …

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Avi Golden’s Aphasia Story, No Barriers

A few years later, Avi traveled to Israel for two years to …

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Wheeler Hubbard’s Story of Aphasia

By: Wheeler E. Hubbard If you met me today, you would say …

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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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A Stroke Survivor Sets His Goals

My History Who is Jim Goodman? I was born on December 3, …

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Phoenix Rising

By: George S. Harris Caroline (Carrie) Harris’ odyssey to becoming a stroke …

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Courts Hear the Whispers of Aphasia

By: Roseanne Boyle Curtis Is there no one to speak for the ill …

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My Goals

  By: Jim Goodman   Aphasia is an impairment of a person’s …