There are many resources for aphasia survivors and their families online.
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A good starting point is the National Aphasia Association, a non-profit organization which works to meet the needs of people with aphasia and their families. Click here to visit the NAA website.
The Aphasia Hope Foundation (click here) includes tips for living with aphasia, shares personal experience of aphasia survivors, and provides other information.
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders is a government website, part of the National Institutes of Health. Click here to view their informative general page about adult aphasia.
The Yahoo aphasia discussion group (click here) has over 250 members and has been going since 1999. There is no charge to join it, which gets you access to the Members-only section.
MossRehab in Philadelphia has a very informative website (click here), covering aphasia and a variety of other disabilities.
The Aphasia Corner blog (click here) has posts by clinicians, researchers, and people with aphasia.