Aphasia United Best Practice Statements – New Translations!

The Aphasia United Best Practice Statements are now available in Vietnamese.


New aphasia friendly Aphasia United Best Practice Statements now available in Danish!

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The Aphasia United Best Practice Statements are now available in Galician, Danish and Chinese.

New aphasia friendly versions of Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Spanish and Galician are also available!


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Find them in the Best Practice Recommendations section.

The Aphasia United conference was held 5th and 6th of March 2017 at Warwick University, England.

The conference was attended by 65 people with aphasia, 23 carers, 21 professionals and 16 students!

Participants travelled from Australia, New Zealand, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Slovenia and from all across the United Kingdom.

We will be posting presentations from the conference here:

Aphasia around the World – by Carole Pound and Janet Rockliffe

Aphasia Research – by Philip Wilkins and Julie Hickin

Raising awareness and social media – by Sarah Scott and Linda Worrall

Dyscover i-pad guide – i-pad workshop

Aphasia and the arts – by Barry MCIllroy and Melanie Derbyshire

The Aphasia Software Finder – The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia

Photos from the conference are available on our Media and Events page!

Watch a video of conference memories from Dyscover – https://youtu.be/DHj6pkoHe-o


About Aphasia United

Aphasia United is a world-leading international organisation that is driving change by uniting the global aphasia community. We are doing this through partnerships with national and international researchers, clinicians and consumers with a shared vision.

Aphasia United grew from the lack of integrated international strategy for the advancement of aphasia science and services. We are an umbrella organisation that represents the collective voices of existing aphasia organisations throughout the world.


Aphasia united aims to:

  • increase the visibility of people living with aphasia and the clinicians and researchers who support them
  • represent the aphasia community globally
  • create formal global networks that connect people living with aphasia
  • promote a global research agenda
  • encourage best practice.