Our community is going through a health crisis called the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
The situation is changing every day. It is important to stay up-to-date with community health instructions from the Australian Government.
All aphasia groups should be CANCELLED. This is because older adults and stroke survivors are known to be more vulnerable in this health crisis.
The Australian Aphasia Association is taking action to support everyone.
Our priority is to help protect our community to be safe and supported through this difficult time.
Ways to Stay Connected
Aphasia Discussion Board
We have an Aphasia Discussion Board for everyone to stay connected with their aphasia group and the wider aphasia community.
Click here to go to the Aphasia Discussion Board
Online Aphasia Coffee Group (Tuesday 24th March)
What is happening?
Everyone with aphasia is invited to attend an online coffee group.
It will be hosted by Linda Worrall (AAA chairperson).
How do I join?
We will hold it online through the internet with an application called Zoom.
Email email@example.com for instructions.
When is it?
Tuesday 24th March. See your start time below:
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Coronavirus Infection Hotline
If you suspect you have the Coronavirus, please call:
Coronavirus Infection Hotline 1800 675 398
In a medical emergency, please call triple zero (000)
Translating and Interpreting Service
If you speak another language other than English, call the Translating and Interpreting Service (Free Call) on 131 450 and then ask them to call the Coronavirus Infection Hotline.
National Relay Service
If you are deaf or hard of hearing, please contact the National Relay Service on 1800 555 677, and then ask them to call the Coronavirus Infection Hotline.
Information updated on 22/03/20 7.00am AEST