What We Do

What We Do

Through direct service, research, education, and training, we have pioneered programs and practices which help people with aphasia learn how to communicate in new ways and begin to navigate their own lives again.

Mission & Vision

Mission & Vision

Our mission is to give hope to people with aphasia and their families by developing and sharing innovative solutions that reduce language barriers to full-life participation. Our vision is that there are no barriers to living successfully with aphasia.

Who We Are

Who We Are

The Aphasia Institute, founded in 1979 by Pat Arato (1938-2020), is a Canadian community-based centre of excellence with an international reputation as a world leader and educator in aphasia.

Reports & Publications

Reports & Publications

This section contains key agency documents, including our Annual Report, Strategic Plan, Multi-Sector Accountability Agreement, newsletters, and other publications.

"Volunteering at the Aphasia Institute gives me the privilege of seeing people with aphasia take back their lives after stroke. I know I'm making a difference by volunteering at AI every week."
- Ushi Tanna, 20-year Veteran Volunteer
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