Living Well with Aphasia: Photography Project

The Brain Buddy photography exhibit “Living Well With Aphasia” showcases several friends of Brain Buddy who have explored their expressive sides through photography.

Come join us on June 24th 5-7pm at the Speech Language & Hearing Sciences Department at CU for a reception at the exhibit. The address 2501 Kittredge Loop Road, Boulder CO, 80309.


Welcome to Brain Buddy’s website! Brain Buddy is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping those affected by aphasia.

Brain Buddy with the Mayor of Boulder after successfully getting the month of June deemed “National Aphasia Awareness Month!”

Aphasia is an impairment of language. It interferes with the abilities to listen, read, talk, and write. Aphasia most often resulting from a stroke and traumatic brain injury.

Those with aphasia may experience difficulty with daily tasks and may require various levels of assistance depending on the severity of their aphasia.

Brain Buddy June 2013

Brain Buddy with the Mayor of Longmont to celebrate June as “National Aphasia Awareness Month!”

Aphasia is a loss of language skills, not intellect. 

People with aphasia maintain the same level of cognitive capacities as before the onset of their aphasia, they simply now struggle with communication.

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