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I found this resource in the back of a book about stroke. The personal, caring way they reach out with every phone call speaks volumes about this wonderful organization. Aphasia affects more people than Parkinson's Disease, but few people have every heard of it. National Aphasia works to bring knowledge, acceptance and support to our communities. The work they do is so important, and so unrecognized. I have been in the Aphasia Community since 1996, and since started a support group. Without them, we could not enjoy the success we have.
As a volunteer in the Aphasia community, and as a registered nurse, I sincerely support the work this organizations does.
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They were the first organization to help me deal with my husband's aphasia after his stroke. I have attended many of the Speaking Out conventions they have sponsored.
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Make more people aware of it and the good work they do.