resources Stroke Association They provide specialist support, fund critical research and campaign to make sure people affected by stroke get the very best care and support to rebuild their lives. The Stroke Association is now affiliated with Say Aphasia. https://www.stroke.org.uk asltip The Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice (ASLTIP) provides information and a contact point for members of the public searching for a private speech and language therapist. https://www.asltip.com speak with it Speak With I.T. help people who have aphasia as a result of a stroke or head injury.Their volunteers can give you one-on-one support in your own home. Speak With IT match people with aphasia with a trained volunteer who will support the person to work on their goals using a variety of of computer therapy programs available on Windows, iPad and Android devices, alongside supported conversation techniques. All our volunteers are trained by speech therapists on the various computer therapy programs we support as well as supported conversation techniques. Speak With IT lends equipment and software to people so that they can test and determine which program best suits their needs. Our volunteers visit clients in their homes to support them as they try the various therapies, giving family members and carers a little respite. https://www.speakwithit.org Aphasia Software Finder This website has information about apps and software programs in the English language for people with aphasia. https://www.aphasiasoftwarefinder.org Say Aphasia Information booklet https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/202750967596 There are many websites offering help for technology support for people with aphasia, communication aids, rehabilitation services and other aphasia charities. If you need help finding what you are looking for, please get in contact.