Persons with Aphasia Resources

The Purdue Aphasia Support Group meets once a month for guided conversation practice, education, resource sharing, and connecting with others. Both persons with aphasia and their caregivers/loved ones are invited to attend.
Spring 2021 Aphasia Support Group Flyer

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The Aphasia Support Group is led by Michelle Gutmann, PhD, CCC-SLP, and Graduate Student Clinicians from the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University.

Due to Purdue restrictions and recommendations, the support group will continue to meet virtually (on WebEx) during the spring semester of 2021.

Since 2017, the Purdue Aphasia Lab and the M.D. Steer Clinic have collaborated in the month of June and offered the Purdue Aphasia Boot Camp (PAB).

Due to the extraordinary circumstances related to COVID-19, we did not offer PAB in the summer of 2020.

Please check back here as well as on our Facebook page for information regarding possible future PAB opportunities.

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Read about the Purdue Aphasia Group in current and past newsletters. The Purdue Aphasia Group is a collaboration between the M.D. Steer Speech and Hearing Clinic and the Aphasia Research Laboratory.

Follow us on Facebook for updates about our research studies, programs, and opportunities for individuals with aphasia.

Resources outside of the Purdue Research Lab which may be helpful for people with aphasia, their caregivers, clinicians, or anyone interested in learning more about aphasia.