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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. Read more

In loving memory of Bunny Byrne

Bunny had a brain haemorrhage over 35 years ago which left her with speech and language difficulties. Read more


In the early period of learning to deal with the effects of his stroke Keith attended a support group which he found a safe, friendly & non judgemental place where he gained help, confidence & support from other people who understood what he was experiencing. Read more

In Loving Memory of David Worrall

Say Aphasia runs a supportive, local drop-in social group which dad joined when he moved to Hove last year. Aphasia is still a relatively unknown condition which can be very lonely and Say Aphasia makes a real difference to people living with Aphasia. Read more

In Loving Memory of James Stocken

James Henry Stocken (Jim) 1938 - 2023. Formerly Proprietor of Car Electrics Brighton, a leading Auto Electrician between 1970's and 2000, died with his loving family around him on the 6th February 2023. 04 Apr 1938 - 06 Feb 2023 Read more