Aphasia Center of West Texas, Inc.
Rating: 4.98 stars 40 40 reviews
5214 Thomason Drive Midland TX 79703 USA
The Aphasia Center of West strives to improve the quality of life for individuals and families coping with aphasia by overcoming communication barriers.
Last year, Aphasia Center members re-engaged in life's activities and interactions through over 4,209 visits to the Center's 12 weekly classes.
Individuals coping with a reduction in language (speaking, reading, writing) following brain injury such as stroke.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
78 individuals coping with aphasia
Geographic areas served:
There is no geographic restriction, but most travel from within the Permian Basin area of West Texas and eastern New Mexico.
We provide conversation groups, reading and writing groups, caregiver's training, computer labs, book clubs, fine art, music and exercise classes.
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I have so much appreciation for the Aphasia Center of West Texas that the most recent donation I have made was actually in honor of "the staff." Most of the staff have been with the Center for many years and have put their hearts and souls into creating a meaningful, satisfying experience for each of their clients. Over the years since its inception, I have had the pleasure of creating the first "Sing-along" program, volunteering in other aspects, and supporting the Center in various other ways. Many, many times I have watched the clients laugh uproariously with their classmates and the staff. I have watched them create lovely Christmas decorations and paint prettier paintings than I could. I have watched them learn tools for communicating, work in the garden, and learn computer skills. I could go on and on about the benefits to the clients, but I could also go on and on about the benefits to family members and volunteers who learn techniques for communicating with people who have Aphasia. I work in an assisted living facility in which one of the clients lives. On many occasions, I have been called to the front desk to help figure out what it is this lady is trying to say. Because of the techniques I have learned, I am frequently the one who can understand what she is attempting to say. Kudos to you, Aphasia Center! Keep up the good work!
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