We help people with aphasia adapt to their new way of life and regain their independence and confidence

New Communication Access Symbol

The new UK Communication Access Symbol has huge potential but it will only gain traction if we help to promote the symbol, standards and training wherever possible. So please save this image and share it!

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Author: Lauren Leake

How we help you

We provide supportive drop in groups for people with aphasia in the UK. It is run by people with aphasia for people with aphasia...

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What is Aphasia

Aphasia is a communication disability which occurs when the communication centres of the brain are damaged...

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Bobs memory Art class

Say Aphasia is an important part of people’s recovery from a brain injury. Colin and his gang have made a amazing impact on people’s lives. This was done by independently setting up say aphasia support group in Hove.

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Author: Bob Andrews

Target amount: £2,147,483,647.00

Amount raised: £220.00

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Zooming Great

Zooming Great is our new digital inclusion pilot to ensure Say Aphasia members who are not that confident with their IT skills get all the help they need!

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Author: Lauren Leake

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Latest events

  • Brighton Half Marathon 10th October 2021

    Come and run with us! Say Aphasia have free places for Brighton Half Marathon ... Read more

  • The Art of Conversation with Aphasia - A free online workshop

    The Art of Conversation with Aphasia - A free online workshop for UCL World Stroke Day Forum - an online event with talks and workshops for people who have experienced a stroke, as well as family and carers... Read more

  • Brighton Half Marathon 27th February 2022

    Are you running the Brighton Half Marathon in February 2022? Why not raise money for Say Aphasia?! Read more

Latest news

  • Raising Awareness of Aphasia

    After sad news that yet another person, more specifically, actor Bruce Willis had his life turned upside down after being diagnosed with aphasia, we suddenly see an increase in awareness being raised for this condition. Read more

  • Ilkley Art Exhibition

    Art exhibintion in Ilkley in Bradford, North Yorkshire! Read more

  • Zooming Great

    Zooming Great is our new digital inclusion pilot to ensure Say Aphasia members who are not that confident with their IT skills get all the help they need! Read more

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