Living with Aphasia has merged with the charity, Say Aphasia.
We continue to offer Drop In where we chat, we listen, we support each other.
You’ll receive a warm welcome and we’d love to meet you.
Carers, friends and family are welcome too.
Your local contact is Em@sayaphasia.org or Barbara@sayaphasia.org
“It’s a welcoming atmosphere. I think that is so important when you’re coming to the group for the first time!”
“This group makes me feel happy and I have people who understand about aphasia”
“Laughing uncontrollably with a friend is the best kind of laughing there is!”
“Aphasia is like learning to live in a brain that sometimes feels like it belongs to a stranger. Sometimes it’s hard because if you look at me I look fine but that’s where it becomes difficult. Coming to these groups makes it feel that everything is okay, even if it’s just for a little bit”
Buses, Exeter Central train station and car parks nearby.
For help with transport see Support in your Area.