At Aphasia Re-Connect we make sure that people with aphasia are at the centre of everything we do, working in equal partnership, to develop and deliver services for people experiencing communication disability. Building on their strengths, life experience, and expertise in living with aphasia, they take on roles as peer supporters, advisors, peer befrienders, peer trainers and trustees. To see our peer-led philosophy in practice, visit our weekly drop-ins, conversation and music groups.
British Aphasiology Society
The British Aphasiology Society (BAS) is a national interest group formed to foster the development of the study of aphasia.
Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland
Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland improves the quality of life for people in Scotland affected by chest, heart and stroke illness.
Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (CATs)
The Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (CATs) aims to establish a network of leading European multidisciplinary aphasia investigators in rehabilitation, social science, linguistics and language research.
Different Strokes is a registered charity providing a unique, free service to younger stroke survivors throughout the United Kingdom.
Dyscover offers a range of programmes, courses and events which provide long term support and opportunities for people with aphasia from their centres in Surrey.
North East Trust for Aphasia
NETA is a charity which aims to support people with aphasia and their families in the North East.
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) was established on 6 January 1945 to promote the art and science of speech and language therapy.
A national charity supporting and empowering people with Aphasia and their families since 1979. Speakability became part of the Stroke Association in April 2015.
At Bury Speakeasy, speech and language therapists and volunteers provide long term help and support. Speakeasy offers different activities for people to practise their communication, learn new skills and increase confidence. We are based in Lancashire.
We provide supported communication opportunities, for people with aphasia following stroke, in a friendly group setting. Enables members to gain confidence, by practising their individual way of communicating. Six volunteer led groups in Surrey and home visiting service.
The Stroke Association
We believe in life after stroke. That’s why we support stroke survivors to make the best recovery they can. It’s why we campaign for better stroke care. And it’s why we fund research to develop new treatments, ways of preventing stroke and aphasia. No one expects to have a stroke. It can happen out of the blue and turn your life upside down. Our Stroke Helpline, website and publications will help you understand stroke and aphasia and get the support you or your loved ones need to make the best recovery possible.
The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia
The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia is the only grant-making trust in the United Kingdom that focuses only on aphasia. The TTA funds pioneering research and projects that aim to improve the lives of people with aphasia and their families.
During 2012, the Aphasia Alliance worked together to draw up some ‘top tips’ about communicating with people with aphasia.
About The Aphasia Alliance
In 2004, The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia was instrumental in bringing together a range of key organisations from across the UK who work in the field of Aphasia, and as a result the Aphasia Alliance was formed.