We bring people with aphasia together

transforming lives by connecting people with Aphasia and creating opportunities to engage with life

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Thank you!

Big thanks and congratulations to Tracy who ran the London Marathon partly in aid of us at Aphasia Reconnect! She raised over £4,500 in total which is incredible! You can still donate to her fund by clicking here

Groups update

three members and one volunteer at city drop-in around a table, posing for the picture. they are all wearing masks because of the pandemic

Join our groups

We now have 5 groups meeting in person again, in Bromley, Islington, Putney, and Southwark, as well as 11 varied virtual groups. We'd love to see you at them!

a member wearing his aphasia re-connect t-shirt and his wife in an aphasia re-connect apron. they are outdoors, and the man is sitting on a bench with his wife standing next to him. the apron and the t-shirt are both white, with a colourful circle made up of speech bubbles, and the words aphasia reconnect underneath
a screenshot of one of our virtual groups on Zoom - 36 people on their screens

Support us

You can now support us by buying an Aphasia Re-Connect t-shirt, apron, cards, and more! You can also explore an exhibition of our members' artwork, and buy a print if you would like.

Other opportunities

As well as joining our groups, you can also sign up for a one-to-one buddy, or get involved as a peer befriender or trainer. To access our services, make a referral:

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Get involved

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A banner at the top says Volunteer Now - text at the bottom says support one of our virtual groups and help us keep the conversations going

Find out more about our volunteer roles and you can help bring people with Aphasia together and provide life-changing support


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Banner text at the top says Help us stay virtually connected
Text at the bottom says help keep the conversation going

Many people with Aphasia are isolated at home. We've been here throughout this time, creating virtual connections. But we urgently need your support. Donate today to help us stay connected