AphasiaTEC is a charity established in 2017 with registration number 1170730. Our mission is to promote social inclusion by preventing people with aphasia from becoming socially excluded as a result of their condition. We will assist them to integrate into society by supporting the use and development of new and existing technology and encourage independence, confidence and well-being.
To contact us please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board of Trustees
Juliet Flavell, Co-founder and Chair of Trustees
Juliet is a Chartered IT Professional and cyber security expert. She has a number of years of experience volunteering with stroke survivors with aphasia and firmly believes that improved technology skills can have a positive impact on people with aphasia.
Anne Watson, Co-founder and Vice-chair
Anne has recently retired as a Speech and Language Therapist (May 2021). She worked as a part-time tutor /SLT running conversation groups for people with aphasia at City Lit Adult Education College in London from 2002 to May 2021. Anne has also worked in the NHS in a career spanning over three decades.
Elizabeth Wallis, Trustee
As a qualified nurse formerly working in the NHS for 10 years, Elizabeth has experience of stroke and aphasia in acute care settings.
Elizabeth is currently working as a head gardener in sunny Berkshire.
Glenn Hagon, Treasurer
Glenn is an IT Director with over 30 years’ experience of technology across a wide variety of disciplines. He is keen to apply his knowledge, experience and skills to make a difference within the aphasia community.