Aphasia Recovery Connection, Inc. has applied for its nonprofit 501(c)(3) status and is awaiting approval. Our mission is to provide support services to improve the quality of life for people recovering from aphasia and families and friends.

Delivering compassionate support -- both online and with events -- so people know they are not alone.

We will continue our work online, on ooVoo, on Facebook, on YouTube, on Pinterest,  and on Twitter.

Read more about the RAISE AWARD for the Most Impactful Award by the National Stroke Association.


Christine Huggins, President &
David Dow, Vice President
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David Dow, Dr. Thompson, and Christine Huggins in July 2013

"We met Dr. Cynthia Thompson, an aphasia researcher. Northwestern University has received a $12 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to research aphasia, a devastating language disorder."

A part of David's book:

"The hardest part of my stroke was not being able to talk, read, or write. This is called aphasia.

I had to start over."

Pictures from the California Coast Cruise in April 2014. Learn about the Alaska Cruise in June 2015.

One million people with aphasia living in the U.S.

It is available on Amazon.

Accepting without judgment as we empower people recovering from aphasia

Conference in Las Vegas in June 2013

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