American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the professional association for 140000 audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. Click Here to go to the ASHA website.
The Aphasia Recovery Connection (ARC) is a non-profit organization that is working to help end the isolation of aphasia. ARC offers a community of people who really understand aphasia, and is open to all people with aphasia, family members or care partners, and professionals. Click Here to access their website.
AphasiaAccess offers support, education, and resources for SLPs and other aphasia professionals. Click Here to access their website.
The Aphasia Institute makes many of their innovations and resources available to everyone through trainings, an online store, and digital downloads. Click Here to access their website.
StrokeOnward is a non-profit organization devoted to raising awareness of stroke/aphasia and the journey of recovery, creating and sharing resources, and changing the healthcare system. Click Here to access their website.
The Tactus Therapy website contains evidence-based apps for aphasia therapy and provides clients with useful resources, blog posts, and education about aphasia and speech therapy. Click Here to access their website.
The Aphasia Community by Lingraphica website provides resources and community connections for people with aphasia, their families, and clinicians. Click Here to access their website.