Aphasia Organizations

Aphasia Centers Around the World

Adler Aphasia Center
Maywood, New Jersey, 15 minute drive from New York City.

Aphasia Center of California
San Francisco, California

Aphasia Center of Michigan
Saline, Michigan

Aphasia Center of Tucson
Tucson, Arizona

Aphasia Institute
Toronto, Ontario

Aphasia NYC
New York City, New York

Association of Aphasic
Germany (in German)

Australian Aphasia Association Inc.
St Lucia, Queensland, Australia

Boston Aphasia Community Group
Boston, Massachusetts

London, England

DaZy Aphasia Center
at University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio
at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio

Houston Aphasia Recovery Center
Houston, Texas

Potomac, Maryland

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Moss Rehab Aphasia Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Queensland University Aphasia Groups
Brisbane, Queensland

Speaking of Aphasia, LLC
Montclair, New Jersey

Step Forward, LLC
Saint Petersburg, Florida

Stroke Comeback Center
Vienna, Virginia

Triangle Aphasia Project
Morrisville, North Carolina

University of Michigan Aphasia
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Voices of Hope for Aphasia
St. Petersburg, Florida

West Texas Aphasia Center
West Texas, Texas

Westman Aphasia, Inc
Brandon, Manitoba

York-Durham Aphasia Centre
Stouffville, Ontario

Aphasia Organizations

Aphasia Access
Organization to support a Life Participation Approach to Aphasia.

Aphasia Corner
Website that provides aphasia therapy exercises, highlights people with aphasia, and educates about aphasia.

Aphasia Friends
The Aphasia Friends mission:  Promote awareness for the disability aphasia to the general public.  Create a strong network of aphasia survivors, family, caregivers, professionals friends.

Aphasia Hope Foundation
An organization devoted to promoting aphasia research and sharing information about aphasia.  It was started by a person with aphasia and co-survivors.

Aphasia Recovery Connection
Online support and sponsors aphasia events around the country.

Aphasia Toolbox
The Pittsburgh Aphasia Treatment, Research and Education Center, office in PA, VA, OH and distance therapy anywhere.

Aphasia Now
Website by aphasic people of working age.

Assisted Speech Technology VAST
I have invented a new technology to talk – video

UK Connect News
Connect is a charity for people living with aphasia, a communication disability which usually occurs after stroke.

National Aphasia Association
The National Aphasia Association is a nonprofit organization that promotes public education, research, rehabilitation and support services to assist people with aphasia and their families.

The British organization for people with aphasia and their co-survivors. The mission of Speakability is to support and empower people with aphasia to overcome the barriers they face.

Speech Excellence
The Center for Speech Excellence provides children and adults the advantage of excellent speech, language, and voice as tools for achieving health, happiness, and success.

Stroke Family
Aphasia recovery tools work differently and far better than other speech therapy tools. That’s because we utilize specific techniques based on the brain research that shows that the other side of the brain can reconnect speech.

Talkback Association for Aphasia
Talkback is an Australian organization devoted to helping people with aphasia. They welcome penpals with aphasia!

1 Response to Aphasia Organizations

  1. Lisa Seidel Salinas says:

    Any recommendations for aphasia being used to declare a person incapacitated in order to have her confined by a Power of Attorney at a full care facility [Florida!, +3years, by 82yo mom and a brother (who resents her for getting all the inheritance from their father, who had separated from the mother). Also,her daughter is too poor and ignorant to see that her mother is fine. The facility does not have the Right to curtain her “patient rights” , She is not legally Incompetent, only GP(of facility) incapable. When she had the ‘right’ to go out to lunch with friends, they would give her sedative drugs unless it was surprise.(I wish we had tested her). She married during lunch once and he is fighting for guardianship. The mom plays a nice sweet woman, but inside she’s NUTS. We got a lawyer, for guardianship but how to find lawyer to compensate for her POOR rehab (1 year she had itchy hives all over her body; when the physicians FINALLY stopped her medicine , which was NEVER necessary for her condition, the hives went away.). When she asked to be moved to a different facility, they sedated her and her mother said NO! even though the facility was in the same town and was deemed satisfactory by her GP. In her 3 years here, the Director of the facility was changed because they were deemed unfit for the job. This facility has publicly know problems with NIH inspections. She has been confined in a place which has treated her exactly like a jail. After her stroke her mental capacity has been severely injured. She has no broken bones so we have trouble getting a civil lawyer.
    The mother has had her house locked up and has refused to pay taxes with the patient’s money. The same with the car. Against her will, the home is being allowed to deteriorate, until the state will reposses and then, the brother or daughter will get some funds when she dies. I would not believe this story, but I have been following this for 4 years, visiting her. I had a severe Traumatic Brain Injury 20 years ago, with a great recovery. I have an autistic child. I nearly received a PhD in EE. This story is the truth. She has not asked for therapy while in this place. She does not trust their physicians because of the horrid medical practice she has seen. (She is not the first patient to have their right’s stolen in this facility, but he dies a year ago)


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