Aphasia is an acquired disorder that affects a person’s ability to use and comprehend language. The result of an injury to the brain, it does not affect intelligence, but can compromise speech, writing, reading, and understanding of spoken words.
Aphasia is most often the result of stroke or head injury. Approximately 30% of stroke survivors have aphasia and/or other language disorders that challenge their language skills. Annually, there are approximately 1500 strokes that affect Nova Scotians. Of those who survive, approximately 500 have aphasia.
Nova Scotia Aphasia Association ® 902-445-4960.
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The Nova Scotia Aphasia Association is a nonprofit organization that promotes public education, rehabilitation, and support services to assist people with aphasia and their families.
Aphasia slows communication
The Mission of the Expressive Café is to improve communication skills using expressive and receptive activities in a safe environment.
The NSAA is a Canadian registered charity.
(Charity registration # 81096 8404)
The NSAA Expressive Café
in Halifax is usually held
on the secondTuesday
evening of the month.
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Team Aphasia ran
in the Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon