Led by Robin Strauss, Community Outreach Coordinator
Aphasia is a language disorder, most often a result of a stroke or traumatic brain injury, which impairs the expression and understanding of spoken language, reading and writing. While aphasia affects a person’s ability to communicate, it does not affect the person’s intellect.
WATCH this compelling true story about actor Carl McIntyre - a humorous and moving presentation of coming to terms with having aphasia and making positive and inspired decisions about his new life.
LEARN how The Adler Aphasia Center, a non-profit, post-rehabilitative therapeutic center is addressing the long-term needs of people with aphasia and their families -enhancing their communication skills, providing opportunities for social and peer support, building self-confidence and changing their lives.
Free and Open to the Community.