The Suspect Speaker is a book about aphasia authored by someone who is living with aphasia.

James Stephens, a long-time friend and supporter of AphasiaNZ, has written a clever and innovative account of how aphasia impacts upon the everyday lives of all those affected by it. His stories are both moving and funny. They are also encouraging and uplifting.

AphasiaNZ highly recommends James’s book to anyone with experience of aphasia. We also believe that those with no knowledge of what aphasia is or the profound difficulties it can cause will come away with greatly enhanced understanding and empathy.

AphasiaNZ has a number of copies of The Suspect Speaker for Friends of AphasiaNZ to borrow at no cost. Accessing the resource library is a Friends of AphasiaNZ service – you can become a Friend by clicking here.

For more information about The Suspect Speaker, and the author, click below:

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About the Book