A Message from Aphasia Access

March 19, 2020

Dear Aphasia Access Friends,

So much has changed in just the last week... and there is no doubt that more change lies ahead. Many of you are actively problem-solving ways to provide help and support to your clients and have been reaching out to share resources and problem-solve collectively. It is heartwarming to see this group, once again, join together and harness the power of our community.

Over the coming weeks, the concept of community is going to be at the forefront of everything we do. Our dedicated volunteers are working to reimagine how we can provide you meaningful support as you navigate through an evolving set of challenges. We intend to provide you more information, as well as our plans by the end of the month. Some resources will come online quickly... other efforts will take a little bit of time.

As we approach this new phase with optimism and commitment, I hope you will not hesitate to let us know how we can best be of assistance.

I hope you and all your loved ones stay safe and well.

Best wishes,


Keep Calm and Carry On.

Elizabeth Hoover, PhD, CCC-SLP
President - Aphasia Access
Boston University
[email protected]