“As the year draws to a close, I want to thank you for standing by our side and helping to keep our clients and their families connected through the ongoing pandemic.

While COVID—19 continues to take a toll on so many of us, its negative impact is dramatically increased
for people living with aphasia who already experience the devasting impact of social isolation.

That’s why community and connection are so important.”
Aura Kagan, Executive Director

"Volunteering at the Aphasia Institute has been an amazing experience. It’s such a great feeling to help someone express themselves, or help someone understand another’s message. It can be challenging sometimes, but that just makes the moment a connection goes through that much more special. More than anything, I really appreciate the strong sense of community that the Aphasia Institute creates and being a part of that community."
- Vidya David, Volunteer
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