I have aphasia. I love SayAphasia. In lockdown speech goes down, but my friends at SayAphasia are in the same boat. This has been so helpful.
My first time
I am running to support Say Aphasia as it is a lifeline for so many people living with this condition. My brilliant mother in law was diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia in 2018. Despite her strength, courage and resourcefulness, the challenges aphasia brings in communication and everyday interaction are hugely difficult. Charities like Say Aphasia are so important as one of the places families can turn to for support.
In support of my Auntie Monica, and others suffering from the same condition.
I would love to give my support
We love running and we think SayAphasia does great work!
Just want to make more efforts in the community
I encountered this amazing charity through my speech and language therapist training at UCL. SayAphasia works with people with Aphasia to raise awareness and understanding of the condition.
Attempting to help raise some awareness of Aphasia and the work Say Aphasia are doing. If communication is key, everyone should get the help they need to do exactly that - communicate!