With our Thanks
Aphasia is more common than Parkinson’s Disease, yet is a term which few have heard of, and even fewer have any knowledge about. We are committed to changing this and ensuring that people with aphasia do not find themselves isolated and marginalised by society.
We believe that working together is critical to identifying robust solutions that maximise the impact of our collective resources. Partnerships and collaborations with funding agencies, organisations, and individuals and their families have been and will continue to be critical to our success.
We would like to acknowledge our funders and those who have supported our services. Without them, the critical initiatives that we have undertaken since our inception wouldn’t be possible.
A big thank you to the following funders and grantmakers – organisations, groups, and individuals. Without their help, we would be unable to help people with aphasia. We receive no government or regular funding to do our work.