Aphasia is a language disorder that affects the ability to communicate. It’s most often caused by injury to parts of the brain that control speech and language resulting from a stroke.
Who has aphasia?
Over 1,000,000 Americans. It can happen to any age. Even unborn children can have a stroke.
Helping to Bring Awareness
On June 3, 2015 The Aphasia Center of Tucson and Friends Celebrate Aphasia Awareness Month. This short video was created to help bring awareness.
We had so much fun singing Tip of My Tongue, we just had to share. Thanks to Larry M, Eileen E, Jack C, Sammie A, Haley C, Nava N, Heidi T, Michele P, Art S, MaryJo C, Chris R, Elke M, Mick M, Shelley L, ThomC, Connie R, Fabi H.
Puppet Friends appear by courtesy of Rose Mayer, The Tucson Puppet Lady,
Video by Ethel M, DJ Harriet M.
Tip of My Tongue is an original composition by Dave Nachmanoff, Bruce Kalter, and, the members of Adler Aphasia Center. Thank you for allowing us to use this song to help spread the word about aphasia!