The Australian Aphasia Association

About Us


Our History

The Australian Aphasia Association (AAA) is a not-for-profit support and advocacy association for people with aphasia, their families, and the professionals who help them. The AAA was established in 2000 and supports families and members from all states and territories across Australia.

The Executive Team

The Board consists of Professor Linda Worrall (Chair), Associate Professor Deborah Hersh (Deputy Chair), Damir Muftic, Wendy Hurley, Bruce Aisthorpe, Kathryn Pettigrove, Claire Hession, Frankie Banszki, and Claire Bennington.

Our hard work in 2019

raising awareness of aphasia

3
new resources
21
active volunteers
Our three most popular memberships

Memberships

Individual with Aphasia

$20
This membership category is open to everyone with aphasia, care-giver, friends or family member.
  • Your membership includes:

  • Access to the membership section

  • Aphasia Link newsletters

  • Discounted event registration fees

  • And much more!

Family and Friends

$25
This membership category is for a person with aphasia, and up to 3 other family members or friends.
  • Your membership includes:

  • Access to the membership section

  • Aphasia Link newsletters

  • Discounted event registration fees

  • And much more!

Health Professionals

$40
Membership for Speech Pathologists and other Allied Health Professionals with an interest in aphasia.
  • Your membership includes:

  • Access to the membership section

  • Aphasia Link newsletters

  • Discounted event registration fees

  • Resources for health professionals

Watch this space

Our Partnerships

Australian Aphasia Association partnership organisations will be displayed here.

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Our Latest News

ReadSpeaker Web Reader

We making our website accessible for people with communication disability. We have launched ReadSpeaker Web Reader on our website. Check it out!

Association Internationale Aphasie

The Australian Aphasia Association is a member of the Association Internationale Aphasie. This allows for us to be part of an international collaboration on Aphasia! National aphasia association representatives from …

The creation of our logo

The logo was launched in 2009. The three parts of the logo represent three key messages of Australian Aphasia Association – Awareness, Support and Hope. The logo was inspired by …