As we make our way through these difficult times of quarantine, social isolation, and revolution, we have quickly shifted to providing online programs including Spring Aphasia Workshop, Aphasia Camp NW Adventure Weekend, Horticultural Workshop, Fall Gratitude Social, and weekly game clubs. We are asking you to help us continue to be a resource for stroke and brain injury survivors and their families. These programs have been a light for our community during these times of uncertainty, and we need your help to continue supporting the social and mental wellness needs of aphasia survivors and their families.

All donations made are charitable contributions. Please give as generously as you can to The Aphasia Network.

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The Aphasia Network helps individuals with aphasia and their care partners to reconnect and rebuild their lives after stroke or brain injury. Aphasia - an acquired communication disorder caused by brain injury or stroke - impairs comprehension and production of spoken language but does not affect intelligence.

Aphasia fractures the ability to communicate, causing ripple effects for survivors, their families and their social communities. Communication is essential to maintaining and forming relationships and dealing effectively with tasks necessary for day-to-day survival. 

The Aphasia Network helps survivors rebuild communication-associated life systems impacted by aphasia:
Quality of life, Daily life skills, Community and Support.

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The Aphasia Network



As we make our way through these difficult times of quarantine, social isolation, and revolution, we have quickly shifted to providing online programs including Spring Aphasia Workshop, Aphasia Camp NW Adventure Weekend, Horticultural Workshop, Fall Gratitude Social, and weekly game clubs. We are asking you to help us continue to be a resource for stroke and brain injury survivors and their families. These programs have been a light for our community during these times of uncertainty, and we need your help to continue supporting the social and mental wellness needs of aphasia survivors and their families.

All donations made are charitable contributions. Please give as generously as you can to The Aphasia Network.

ABOUT

The Aphasia Network helps individuals with aphasia and their care partners to reconnect and rebuild their lives after stroke or brain injury. Aphasia - an acquired communication disorder caused by brain injury or stroke - impairs comprehension and production of spoken language but does not affect intelligence.

Aphasia fractures the ability to communicate, causing ripple effects for survivors, their families and their social communities. Communication is essential to maintaining and forming relationships and dealing effectively with tasks necessary for day-to-day survival. 

The Aphasia Network helps survivors rebuild communication-associated life systems impacted by aphasia:
Quality of life, Daily life skills, Community and Support.