Make a Referral

Make a Referral

Pathway for a person with Aphasia

Gradual progression through stages supported through regular monitoring.

Stage 1

1:1 computer therapy focus
  • Focus on language outcomes.
  • SLT review with person with aphasia after period of six months (and end of iPad/app loan).
  • Decision to continue with stage 1 or to progress to stage 2 or 3.
  • Clients spend a maximum of 12 months at stage 1.

Stage 2

1:1 supported conversation focus
  • People with aphasia can be referred directly into stage 2
  • Focus on wellbeing/quality of life outcomes.
  • With or without iPad/computer therapy apps (client preference).
  • Monitored/reviewed by Aphasia Support in discussion with volunteer, carer and client every 6 months.

Stage 3

Signposting to group support options
  • Aphasia Support cafe.
  • Aphasia Support carer support option.
  • Another support provider.

Do you want to refer to us?

Aphasia Support can receive referrals from speech and language therapists (SLT) but we also accept self referrals from people with aphasia, carers and other healthcare professionals or charities.

If you are an SLT please complete our Referral Form which can be found in the links on this page. Please include as much information as possible relating to a person’s spoken output, reading, writing and language comprehension as this will ensure the support we provide is guided from the outset.

Do you want to refer to us?

Aphasia Support can receive referrals from speech and language therapists (SLT) but we also accept self referrals from people with aphasia, carers and other healthcare professionals or charities.

If you are an SLT please complete our Referral Form which can be found in the links on this page. Please include as much information as possible relating to a person’s spoken output, reading, writing and language comprehension as this will ensure the support we provide is guided from the outset.

Aphasia Support Leaflet

Download our Aphasia Support leaflet.

Aphasia Support Leaflet

Download our Aphasia Support leaflet.

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