The Aphasia United Best Practice Statements are now available in 4 key Ghanaian languages. Thank you to Abena Asiedua Owusu Antwi and colleagues, who have translated and adapted the best recommendations into Twi, Ga, Ewe and Ga-Dangme! Thank you also to the British Aphasiology Society who have supported this work. Find the Ghanaian translations in the Best Practice Recommendations section.
About Aphasia United
Aphasia United is an 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.