According to the National Aphasia Association, about 1 million people in the United States currently have aphasia, and nearly 180,000 Americans acquire it each year. Yet, when families are suddenly impacted by aphasia, it often feels isolating and lonely.
Join us at "A New Leaf," a communication support group for survivors, caregivers, communication partners and family members impacted by aphasia. Facilitated by Bridge Therapy's speech-language pathologists in a compassionate, language-enriched environment, connections are developed while communication is enriched. We will share in meaningful activities and conversation. All ages and communication abilities are welcome.
Together, we will grow. Together, we will turn a new leaf.
For any additional questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 954-744-3699.
A New Leaf | Supporting Those in Our Community Touched by Aphasia
Bridge Therapy provides a custom, warm, and evidenced-based approach to therapy with an emphasis on bringing families closer through enhancement of communication.
We all have an innate need and desire to communicate. Speech-language therapy enhances our ability to do so, allowing us to connect with others, express ourselves and enjoy meaningful lives.