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.

AAA identified a need within the Australia-wide Aphasia Community for communication, support and information that was available to all of its members irrespective of location, accessibility or time zone. The Community Portal allows individuals and families to share information, seek advice and receive support in a means that is most comfortable and accessible to them.

So what are you waiting for? Create your profile, log-in and start a conversation. You never know who you are going to bump into here! They could become your second best friend

Community Portal
Join our Community Portal to keep up-to-date with community events, chat with others and share your story.

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.