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Is the difficulty speaking or understanding speech which can happen after a brain injury (stroke or head trauma for example). Many times individuals with aphasia shun social gatherings because of an inability to participate in everyday conversation.

The Aphasia Community Support Group provides an opportunity to practice speech and language skills in a safe and supportive environment; provides education about aphasia; and encourages socialization among the members. This group is open to individuals who have aphasia and/or their family members. Meetings are held every month on the FIRST Tuesday at 1:00pm except for August at Magee Rehabilitation.

If you would like to receive more information about the Aphasia Support Group at Magee, call the Magee Rehab line at 800-96-MAGEE.
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