Having aphasia can make you feel lonely, isolated, and withdrawn. You may find it difficult to open up to friends and family about what you’re experiencing.
If so, you may find it’s helpful to join a support group. There are dozens of aphasia support groups located throughout the United States. There are even online support groups you can join from the comfort of your own home.
By joining an aphasia support group, you’ll find people who are experiencing problems that are similar to yours. You’ll be able share your personal experiences without the fear of being judged.
Best of all, most aphasia support groups offer fun therapeutic activities that help its members practice their communication skills.
To find a support group near you, visit our friends at aphasia.org