Watch our selection of videos below to help you understand what aphasia is and how it feels to have it. Andrew Marr talks to Jonathan Ross Ask.
Welcome to AphasiaTEC!
We are a small UK-based charity, run by volunteers and reliant on grants and donations to help us carry out our mission to use technology to bring together people with aphasia and help reduce the loneliness felt by many.
What is aphasia? See our aphasia awareness page to find out more and watch our selection of videos.
We have also made a comprehensive guide to help you, Communication for Everyday Situations.
We collect donations of tablet computers to distribute to support groups and researchers and have funded the SPLIT IT skills course for people with aphasia.
Podcasts about stroke and aphasia
Inspiring personal stories of stroke, including Alisha Malhotra talking about the impact of stroke and aphasia. The Stroke Stories podcasts tell the moving stories of many people affected by stroke.
Find apps to help support someone with aphasia
Looking for information about apps to help support someone with aphasia? The Aphasia Software Finder has a comprehensive list of general apps including free ones. Many have aphasia-friendly instructions too.
Words in blue are links to click on. Understanding aphasia Aphasia iPad Partners is a YouTube channel providing short and clear videos showing how to help someone with aphasia … ...
Lynn describes aphasia and how technology helpshttps://secureservercdn.net/22.214.171.124/6ec.68e.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Lynns-video.mp4?time=1573988891
Sue talks about aphasia and technologyhttps://secureservercdn.net/126.96.36.199/6ec.68e.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/AphasiaTEC-Video.mp4?time=1573988891
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