|Academy of Aphasia|
Professional association of aphasia researchers, offering conference notices, employment listings, and an international directory of aphasia clinics online.
|Adult Aphasia: Recent Research|
Fact sheet covering established aphasia types and therapies, support organizations, and new approaches to evaluation, characterization, and treatment. Published by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.
Consumer-oriented primer by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Includes descriptions of aphasia varieties and related disorders, introductions to assessment and treatment methods, and links to ASHA's articles on augmentive communication and family adjustment to aphasia.
|Aphasia - Information for Caregivers|
Supportive information for families of aphasic stroke survivors, from Caregiver-information.com.
|Aphasia Center of California|
Oakland-based center providing group and individual speech-language treatment, caregiver's groups, and recreational classes for individuals with aphasia following stroke. Established as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 1996.
|Aphasia Centre of Ottawa|
Communication disorders specialists, in partnership with social workers and trained volunteers, provide programs to help people adjust to living with aphasia and to again participate in regular community activities.
Background information for aphasic individuals, caregivers, speech therapists, and researchers. Presented in English and Italian by the Neuropsychological and Speech Therapy Service of Genoa University.
|Aphasia Hope Foundation|
A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization promoting aphasia research and working to ensure that all aphasia survivors and caregivers have an awareness of, and access to, appropriate therapy. Features of the Foundation's online home include study announcements and forums for caregivers, survivors, treatment professionals, and researchers.
Toronto-based charitable organization assisting individuals with aphasia, their families, and professionals in the field.
|Aphasia Self-Help Group Gloucestershire (Glos-Speak)|
A friendly and supportive group, established in 2001 by aphasic speakers and affiliated to Speakability--a UK charity for individuals with aphasia.
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