Life Participation Approach to Aphasia (LPAA) Centers

Updated:Aug 13,2014
In our Summer 2014 issue of Stroke Connection magazine we featured a story about an approach to helping survivors with aphasia better communicate call the Life Participation Approach to Aphasia (LPAA). Following is a list of centers across the country that are integrating LPAA into their work with stroke survivors and their families.

LPAA Centers 
Adler Aphasia Center
Maywood, New Jersey
201-368-8585
Aphasia Center of California
Oakland, California
510-336-0112
Aphasia Center of Tucson
Tucson, Arizona
520-730-8428
Aphasia Center of West Texas
Midland, Texas
432-699-1261 
Aphasia Communication Enhancement Program
at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo 
269-387-7000 
Aphasia Institute
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
416-226-3636
ext 24 
Aphasia Resource Center 
at Boston University
617-353-0197 
Communication Recovery Groups at St. Jude Medical Center
Fullerton, California 
714-992-3000
ext 3149 
Communication Recovery Groups at California State University
Sacramento, California 
916-278-6695 
Dalhousie Aphasia Clinic
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 
902-494-5158 
Houston Aphasia Recovery Center
Houston, Texas 
713-781-7100 
Moss Rehab Aphasia Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
215-663-6554 
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Center for Aphasia Research and Treatment
Chicago, Illinois 
312-238-6163 
Snyder Center for Aphasia Life Enhancement
Baltimore, Maryland 
410-323-1777
Stroke Comeback Center
Vienna, Virginia 
703-255-5221 
The Aphasia House 
University of Central Florida, Orlando
407-882-0468 
Triangle Aphasia Project Unlimited
Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina 
919-650-3854 

This information is provided by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA) as a resource. The services listed are not owned or provided by the AHA/ASA. Additionally the services have not been evaluated by the AHA/ASA and their listing should not be construed as a recommendation or endorsement of these services. 

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