Community

For people affected by Aphasia either personally, as a care-giver or health professional, there are many ways to connect with others who are facing similar challenges and experiences. Whether meeting face-to-face at a Coffee Group or via the internet, many people have found friendship and support by linking up with others in similar circumstances.

For an aphasia group in your area, see https://aphasia.community/current-groups.

So what are you waiting for? You never know who you are going to bump into there! They could become your second best friend

Become a Volunteer
Enhance yourself and your career by giving something back to the Aphasia Community.
Become a Member
The Australian Aphasia Association supports people with aphasia, their family members, caregivers, friends and primary health workers.

Personal Stories
Personal accounts of living with aphasia can be a source of immense support to others living with aphasia.