RI Support Groups
Just Aphasia Stroke Knowledge
Aphasia Social Network
Stroke Support Group at Rhode Island Hospital
Our group offers a safe and supportive environment allowing participants the comfort and ability to share social and emotional support to those sharing similar experiences.
Activity program, Caregivers welcome, Educational support, Emotional support, Social support
Kent Hospital Stroke Support Group
Variety of Speaker presentations, some interactive sessions, question/answer time
Stroke Support Group at Newport Hospital
Caregivers welcome, Educational support, Emotional support, Regular Meetings, Social support
Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island – The Voice of Brain ...
BIARI offers programs and services to increase public awareness of brain injury, provide information, resource materials and education, enhance the effectiveness of agencies and service providers, and support survivors and caregivers.
RI HOSPITAL Care-Partner support group link to zoom Passcode: 02903
(3rd Wednesday each month)
Virtual / Out-of-State
Aphasia Community Group - Boston University
Each month, group members and guests make presentations on treatment, recreation, community and family support.
Aphasia Resource Center - Boston University
An acclaimed clinical treatment, learning and support center. For our students, an excellent training environment. And increasingly, for the benefit of people with aphasia worldwide, we’re an ambitious clinical research center.
Register for Virtual Connections - Lingraphica
Join Us for FREE Online Meetups for Families Living with Aphasia.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 825 0528 1851 Passcode: 194696
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Communication strategies and tools:
Talk the Talk: 5 Things You Need to Know when Speaking with a Person with Aphasia
RI HOSPITAL Care-Partner support group link to zoom (3rd Wednesday each month)
Rhode Island Elder Info Your one stop shop for Veterans services and Elder Care and adults with disabilities.