The Stroke Association has produced a guide for people with aphasia to get online. See more here

Our charity supports people in Devon by bringing people with aphasia together to rebuild confidence in communication.

Aphasia is a communication difficulty, usually after a stroke or head injury. Its affects your ability to speak, understand, read or write. Losing your ability to communicate can leave people isolated and misunderstood. Around 6,000 people across Devon are living with aphasia and we’re here to help.

During this Covid 19 crisis we’re working to support people with aphasia and their families. All our group activities are on hold until further notice. Covid 19 Support.

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Learn more about aphasia – a communication disorder which occurs when the language centres of the brain are damaged.

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What is Aphasia?

Aphasia is a language difficulty that affects the brain usually as a result of a stroke or head injury.

We are a group of friendly people with first hand experience of living with aphasia.

We understands the language difficulty and can support you, your family and friends with Living with Aphasia. .