Reading in aphasia
Junior Research Training Fellowship: Lucy Dyson
If you or someone you care about has aphasia, we can work with you to help you communicate better. We can offer social support from people in a similar situation and practical tools to help you rebuild confidence and develop new ways of
This service can support people within the County Durham area and access is via our coordinator, Amy waite.
Bracknell Aphasia Self Help (B.A.S.H) welcomes membership from people with aphasia and other communication disbailities caused by stroke in the Bracknell Forest area.
Meeting held weekly in the Community Room.
This year Speakability (now part of the Stroke Association) is launching a new #recogniseAphasia campaign and a new campaign flyer. Read on to find out how you can support the campaign!
Dyscover is led by Speech and Language therapists and supported by trained volunteers. We offer structured support groups and courses for people with aphasia from our purpose-built centre in Walton on the Hill and satellite in Kingston.