Speech pathology students will be at Aphasia Social Group

APHASIA is a language difficulty caused by damage to the brain. The newly-formed Aphasia Social Group provides social support for people who may have problems speaking, understanding, reading or writing after a stroke, and their families, friends and carers.

Speech pathology students from Griffith University will be attending group meetings, being held on the third Saturday of each month between 10am and noon at Southport Branch Library, corner Lawson and Garden Sts.

Parking is free for the first three hours. Morning tea will be provided.

For more information, please contact gcaphasia@gmail.com.


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