Mary singing

Imagine losing the ability to communicate. For many stroke survivors, this is a reality.

Aphasia is a language and communication disorder. It can be incredibly frustrating and being unable to express yourself can lead to feelings of isolation and loneliness. Family and friends can find it very difficult too. Learn more by reading Jennifer’s story. Although people who suffer from non-fluent aphasia lose their speech ability amazingly, their singing ability is usually preserved.

Most people enjoy a good sing-song - as part of a group, showing off on the karaoke, or even in the shower. Join us and Sing4Stroke. Help us raise awareness of Aphasia and funds to support our stroke community. Raise your voice for stroke by either going solo or joining a group to sing and raise vital funds for the Stroke Association. Sign up below to download our pack which is full of ideas and tips on how you can sing for stroke.

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