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Aphasia Research projects are always underway
. We need participants with aphasia, and often typical adults as well. Research project information – call 206-685-2140
   
For Patients

Aphasia Registry connects people with aphasia to aphasia research at the UW, as well as other opportunities.  

Aphasia Repository is a collection of tests for people with aphasia. The results of these tests help us conduct aphasia research. The entire testing session can be completed in about two hours.

Registry and Repository information – call 206-685-2140
Aphasia Registry Flyer
(pdf)

For Patients and Caregivers

The Stroke and Head Injury Caregivers Support Group is for family members of stroke or head injury survivors to meet and support one another through facilitated discussion. Meetings are held on the third Saturday of each month, during the Young Adult Stroke Survivors meeting (YASS; open to all ages) at Northwest Hospital, TCU Auditorium in the Rehabilitation Center, 1550 N. 115th St. The YASS meeting is held from 2-4 pm, and the caregivers support group is held from 2:30-4 pm.

Caregiver support group flyer

The Stroke and Head Injury Caregivers online support group, associated with the UW SPHSC Clinic, is a place to share resources, stories, and support, as well as access student volunteers for help with babysitting, communication partners and other services.

Stroke and Head Injury Caregivers online support group

More about the support group and how to join (PDF)

Find us on Facebook as ‘UW Stroke Survivors and Caregivers.’