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

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Providing much needed support to aphasia suffers, reduces the sense of isolation and helps to restore hope on the long road to recovery. Say Aphasia do this and much much more, as a smaller charity they are able to provide a personal and local approach to their work, but need to attract as much financial support as possible to enable this.

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Author: Bev Kingshott

Target amount: £500.00

Amount raised: £395.00

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How we help

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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Aphasia Interviews

Mark Chappell from Say Aphasia Skipton interviews some of our Say Aphasia members...

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Author: Lauren Lyall

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Online Speech Therapy

Say Aphasia are now offering free online speech therapy to those who are newly diagnosed with aphasia and cannot access it anywhere else in the UK...

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Author: Lauren Lyall

Members

Do you have aphasia? Become a member to receive all the support we offer...

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Latest events

  • Brighton Half Marathon 27th June 2021

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

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