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What we do

The Australian Aphasia Association is the national peak body and advocacy organisation for people living with aphasia in Australia. The AAA was started in 2002 by our founder, Emeritus Professor Linda Worrall.

We are a not-for-profit organisation and a registered charity.

We provide services, information, resources, support and advocacy for:

  • people with aphasia,
  • their family members and friends, and
  • health professionals, carers and support workers

We work to raise awareness of aphasia and to advocate for people living with aphasia. We also offer a range of events and services, including aphasia camps, aphasia conferences, and aphasia zoom groups.

The AAA does not receive any government funding, and is run completely by volunteers who are spread across Australia. Our volunteers and board members include people with aphasia, family members, speech pathologists and others.

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