Donate, Help, Provide...



Helping people with aphasia speak better is important, but if that's all we do, we're only doing half our job. Our role must also include improving the quality of life – what the LPAA is all about.

Wendy Greenspan
Adler Aphasia Center 



Become an agent of change today...

Speech-language pathologists, healthcare workers, and other service providers routinely struggle with the best way to help a person with aphasia to access their world – whether that world is acute or rehabilitation care, or life in general. Your investment in Aphasia Access gives service providers an essential education, plus a community for support and networking. Ultimately, your contribution helps professionals enable people with aphasia to participate in the sacred life they have – in whatever environment they find themselves in.


Cash, Credit Card or Check

  • Contribute online. You can follow this link to use your credit card or receive an invoice for payment by check.
  • Mail a check to 405 N. Stanwick Road, Moorestown, NJ 08057
  • Call 855-958-1862 to donate over the phone
  • Please note if you would like to designate your gift to one of the giving opportunities referenced below.

Sustainer's Circle

The Sustainer's Circle is an opportunity to publicly demonstrate your commitment  to advancing lifelong communication access for people with aphasia. To learn more about the recognition levels and adding your name to this giving roster, please follow this link.

2019 Podcast Series

We invite you to support the 2019 Podcast Series to help Aphasia Access reach an ever growing audience. Please follow this link to learn more about the opportunities for recognition.

Monthly Giving

A convenient way to provide a steady flow of support that allows Aphasia Access to focus resources on the issues and projects that need attention the most. You’ll receive an annual giving statement that shows the tremendous difference your partnership makes.

Tribute and Memorial Giving

Honor the memory of a loved one or celebrate a friend or family member by making a tribute or memorial gift. Aphasia Access will send an acknowledgment to the family of the honoree.