- National Aphasia Association
Nonprofit organization devoted to assisting people with aphasia and their families. Its online offerings include fact sheets on aphasia, support group listings, reviews of research, tips for finding a speech-language pathologist, and information on upcoming NAA conferences.
UK charity that is dedicated to helping aphasic individuals rebuild communication through information services, self-help groups, training of treatment professionals, and public advocacy.
- British Aphasiology Society
Professional association seeking to disseminate information about aphasia and its treatment, encourage excellence in the scientific investigation of aphasia, promote the interests of aphasic individuals, and draw upon their expertise.
- York-Durham Aphasia Centre
Ontario-based partnership of speech-language and social work professionals, community volunteers, and family members working with and for adults with aphasia. Locations of YDAC facilities include Stouffville, Richmond Hill, Newmarket, and Maple.
- Aphasia Centre of Ottawa
Communication disorders specialists, in partnership with social workers and trained volunteers, provide programs to help people adjust to living with aphasia and to again participate in regular community activities.