Aphasia Support Group

Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder (result of head trauma, tumor or stroke) that impairs a person’s ability to process language. Aphasia does not affect intelligence but impairs the ability to speak and understand others, read and write.

This virtual group provides anyone with aphasia (newly diagnosed or chronic) and their families a safe and supportive environment to:

  • practice speech and language
  • learn about aphasia
  • socialize with others who have aphasia
  • participate in interactive sessions


Last Wednesday of every month, 3 p.m.


Virtually, via Microsoft Teams


Call 215-294-9216 or email [email protected]

In observance of Juneteenth, our Access Center (877-969-7342) will be closed for phone scheduling ONLY on Weds., 6/19. Our offices will remain open. If you need to contact a location on 6/19, please use that location's local phone number.Find a Location.