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Living with Aphasia and Using Debit/Credit Cards

Eric’s Experience: Difficulties banking with the credit card and everything. The credit cards is no good for me because i…

Living with Aphasia and Uber

Shared by Hank Was going to the doctor and his wife had to go see someone (had other plans) He…

Living with Aphasia and Calling 911

Shared by Peter Had stroke, tried to call 911, ended up calling 119! Took four hours before he got the…

Living with Aphasia at the Doctor’s Office

Living with Aphasia at Starbucks

Jack: Most days I go the Starbucks. I order a Grande Pike Place Roast. It’s so stupid that I can’t…

Mistborn, The Final Empire

Mistborn The Final Empire Review written by Hector Chan Vin is left behind by her brother, Reen.  She is travelling with…

Sarah’s story: SLP and disability

Sarah did a wonderful job telling us her story about being an SLP student with Cerebral Palsy.  Thank you for…

June is Stroke Awareness Month

Check out our friends promoting Aphasia Awareness: 1) Wendy Duke on Breakfast Television 2) SRABC’s 7 Steps to Stroke Recovery

June is Aphasia Awareness Month

And our friend Megan Sutton wrote a post: http://community.advanceweb.com/blogs/sp_6/archive/2014/05/27/aphasia-recovery-connection.aspx Check it out!

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