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AphasiaTEC: Technology Enhancing Communication
Welcome to AphasiaTEC, a small UK-based charity, run entirely 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. Aphasia is a communication disorder which often follows 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.
Lynn describes aphasia and how technology helps
Sue talks about aphasia and technology
Have you been directly affected by aphasia?
Many charities offer help and advice to people with aphasia and their families and carers. We have an Aphasia Awareness page with information about understanding the condition – see Aphasia Awareness on the top menu.
Hot off the press: Technology and aphasia review 2018
The results are out of a survey by Kathy Cann (County Durham and Darlington NHS Trust) and Louise Bulman (Newcastle University Speech Sciences). Read the report here
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