no image

You need to be logged in to view content.

Resources to Support Communication for People with Aphasia

Aphasia is a language disorder that commonly occurs after a stroke. It often results in an impaired ability to communicate. A person with aphasia may have difficulty speaking, listening, reading, and/or writing.

Communication supports help a person with aphasia understand conversations better, engage socially, and self-cue natural speech when available. Don't know where to start? Use the resources below to help you understand more and begin using communication supports with people with aphasia.

Select the green "Get Started" button to access these resources. Then, click the appropriate link below to view.

You need to be logged in to view content.


In order to view the content, you must login. Click the green Login button above.