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The Aphasia Network

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It’s that time of year again! Join us for our annual Oktoberfest benefiting The Aphasia Network on Friday, October 18th, 6-9pm at Lagunitas Community Room. Tickets are only $35 and include yummy German food, beer/beverage, a door prize ticket & more!

Other activities to look forward to include a  fall photo booth, silent auction, music, games, live auction, and a chance to learn a little more about the impact of our work. Feel free to dress for the occasion in costume or dress casual, you decide!

Can’t come to the Oktoberfest, but would still like to support our work? You can make a gift by clicking the “Donate” button below. If you have something to donate to the raffle baskets or silent or live auction, please send us a message at info@aphasianetwork.org
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about us.

The Aphasia Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting an underserved population of persons with aphasia in the United States. Aphasia, an acquired communication disorder caused by brain injury or stroke, impairs comprehension and production of spoken language, but does not affect intelligence. Because communication is essential to relationships and performing daily tasks, persons with aphasia and their families can experience emotional, physical and financial stress and social isolation. Our goals are to raise awareness and help survivors rebuild communication-associated life systems impacted by aphasia: Quality of life, Daily life skills, Community and Support.

For more information, email info@aphasianetwork.org

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Our Programs

The Aphasia Network offers weekend and workshop programs throughout the year
designed to support persons living with aphasia and their care partners. 
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Aphasia Camp Northwest Adventure Weekend August 21st-23rd, 2020

This year at summer camp we will introduce some new activities for an adventurous weekend full of exciting experiences. This camp is an opportunity for aphasia survivors and their care partners to learn new things, try new things, and experience new things. This is a time for attendees to bond through adventures and grow together during safe supported activities. 

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Spring Aphasia Workshop - Date TBA

This one-day program focuses on finding new communication tools and strategies with communication apps and communication books.

Independent living tools and strategies for daily living, as well as leisure and recreational activities, are also incorporated into this program.

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Aphasia Couples Retreat

May 1st-3rd, 2019

This weekend retreat program gives persons with aphasia and their spouses an opportunity to reconnect and strengthen their bond as a couple in a fun, social setting. Together with a speech and occupational therapy student team, and in professionally-led groups, couples will discuss and form individualized coping methods for the challenges of married life with aphasia side-by-side with other couples facing similar challenges. 

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Support Groups

Individuals and families affected by aphasia face unique challenges. Support specifically designed for these people is limited. Three groups have formed in the Portland, Oregon area that provide both the individual experiencing aphasia and family members the opportunity to develop a sense of community with others impacted by aphasia.

These groups are organized and run by participants. Groups are free of charge, but do ask for small contributions to be given to the churches that have donated space. Regular attendance is not required, but families feel that attending often is beneficial to everyone.

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Resources

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Explore our collection of Aphasia resources, tools, and community support opportunities.
Support Groups

Support groups give persons living with aphasia and their care partners the opportunity to meet others facing similar challenges, share their knowledge, and make new friends.

Communication Tools

These sheets can be printed to help facilitate communication. Place communication tools in rooms where frequent communication takes place, or add sheets to communication books.

Literary Links

Find books related to aphasia. Titles include topics ranging from autobiographical tales of living with aphasia, to workbooks designed to help persons living with aphasia regain reading and writing skills.

Technology & Video

Find videos to help you speed-up daily tasks or find solutions to daily challenges. Topics include, one-handed shoe tying techniques, one-handed guitar playing, and much more. Explore devices and applications (apps) designed to support communication and remove speech barriers. These can be important resources if you have access to a tablet or smartphone.

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About us

Finding equality in a speech-based world.

Where to find us

(503) 577-1282
PO Box 13406
Portland OR 97213