Not sure what to say? View our Communication Strategies resource.

Click here for a list of some of our clients' favorite games.

Taking a screen shot of your order from their online menu can be another way to order!

Our favorite video conference app to use is ZOOM!

Consider trying a new sport!  We have a list of resources for adaptive sports .  

Visit our website for a few current Aphasia Research groups.

You could even try writing your own story to explain Aphasia to a child or grandchild!

Find a neighbor, cashier, or a waitress and say hello!

If writing is challenging, try typing or using voice to text.

The American Stroke Association recommends healthy eating to reduce your risk of stroke. 

Tag us in your post!

If that was too easy, try to only name RED fruits and GREEN vegetables

"It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop" -Confucius

Or try this one!

Christmas Bulldogs

Here is an example: 

BOOK

READ a book

BORROW a book

WRITE a book

Try the letter:

S

Did you think we would give you the answer?

Message us if you're stuck!

Don't have anything to wear this year? Visit Aphasia Recovery Connection's store!

Our favorite toppings are pepperoni and sausage!

Not into puzzles? You can try downloading a word game app!

The National Aphasia Association has some tips to get you started!

Some of our clients have volunteered at a hospital, the YMCA and their local animal shelter

Watch the trailer for a new movie about Aphasia that is in the making!

Share your ideas with us!!

Aphasia is a language disorder that affects your ability to speak, understand, read, and write. Learn more.

Click here to take the Aphasia Awareness Quiz!

Don't have an Aphasia card? Download one here!

Learn how to access your Medical ID here. 

Consider checking out our resource page.

National Aphasia Awareness Month:

Move your cursor over the date to access the resource links provided.