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American Aphasia Society
288 Grove Street #167
Braintree, MA 02184
Rehabilitation for Aphasia–
Learning to Understand, Communicate & Speak Again

Most rehabilitation occurs within the first 6 months to 1 year after the stroke. People with aphasia and their family are often left without meaningful or functional communication when formal therapy ends. (Vickers & Hagge, 2007). Individuals who seek additional resources to continue speech therapy have continued to improve after years, even decades. It can be a long and frustrating number of years but rehabilitation for the brain doesn’t have to stop after a year. Aphasia resource centers can offer rehabilitation options & aphasia groups provide an opportunity to meet individuals with aphasia who are still improving even after ten plus years!

Additional Aphasia Information Links:
Emerson College -

                          Robbins Center
          Speech, Language, & Hearing Services

BU Aphasia Resource Center
BU Aphasia Research Lab

National Aphasia Association
For Contact information for private in home speech pathologist.
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