The Aphasia Alliance's vision
is a world where everyone with aphasia
gets the support and understanding they need

About the Aphasia Alliance

The 13th June 2004 was the first anniversary of the death of The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia’s founder, Robin Tavistock, Duke of Bedford. The family and Trustees wanted to mark that day by doing something positive.

The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia invited a range of key organisations from across the UK who work in the field of Aphasia to a Symposium, to explore ways in which we could all work more collaboratively together. On that day the Aphasia Alliance came into being.

The Aphasia Alliance is not an organisation, but an informal union between different organisations that share a common purposeto improve the lives of, and support, people with aphasia and their families.

The purpose of the Aphasia Alliance is:

The Aphasia Alliance meets twice a year.

Top Tips

During 2012, the Aphasia Alliance worked together to draw up some ‘top tips’ about communicating with people with aphasia.

READ OUR TOP TIPS HERE

About The Aphasia Alliance

In 2004, The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia was instrumental in bringing together a range of key organisations from across the UK who work in the field of Aphasia, and as a result the Aphasia Alliance was formed.