Adler Aphasia Center Shines a Light on Aphasia Treatment through the Voices of Hope Campaign

The Voices of Hope Campaign encourages people from across the nation to support the rehabilitation of those with aphasia and the continued advancements in treatment.

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Maywood, NJ (PRWEB) November 30, 2012

Adler Aphasia Center, one of the largest aphasia centers in the world that provides vital resources for effective and innovative aphasia treatment has announced its donation campaign, Voices of Hope, to support its programs for members with aphasia and their caregivers. The campaign welcomes nationwide support and will send donors a lampwork art glass pen with a donation of $25, a wine stopper, stirrer and bottle opener with a donation of $50, and a set of cake servers with a donation of $100. All of these items are designed and assembled by people with aphasia. You will also receive a bio about the person who made the item and some info about aphasia with your purchase.

The campaign is integrated into the Adler Aphasia Center Facebook page which brings the aphasia community together to discover the latest in breakthrough communication, therapy, and research information, leading stroke survivors to the right path to recovery and to a better quality of life.

Voices of Hope highlights the Center’s history and accomplishments over the last decade with aphasia research and treatment, as well as the strengths that members with aphasia have gained from its programs, events, and talented healthcare professionals.

To access the on-going campaign, supporters can:

  •          Visit and like the Adler Aphasia Center Facebook page
  •          Read about Adler Aphasia Center and its members
  •          Click the Donate Now button to demonstrate commitment to bringing a brighter future for members with aphasia and their families and caregivers

For more information on Adler Aphasia Center, please visit http://www.adleraphasiacenter.org/.

About the Adler Aphasia Center

The Adler Aphasia Center, a non-profit organization based in Maywood, N.J., is a post-rehabilitative therapeutic center that addresses the long-term needs of people with aphasia and their families, a language disorder caused by stroke or other brain injury. With over 1,000,000 people diagnosed with aphasia in the U.S., it is the only center of its kind in the New York-New Jersey area, a region that contains an estimated 20,000 people with aphasia. The Adler Aphasia Center at JCC MetroWest, our newest satellite program, partially funded by the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, The Grotta Fund for Senior Care of the Jewish Community Foundation of MetroWest NJ and The Hyde and Watson Foundation, opened its doors in May, 2012 in West Orange, N.J. The programs and activities offered at the Adler Aphasia Center and facilitated by speech language pathologists, all share the primary goals of enhancing the communication skills of its members, providing opportunities for social and peer support, and building members’ self-esteem and self-confidence. The Center offers training and educational programs in order to share its unique model of care with a national and international audience of health care professionals, consumers, educators, students, speech-language pathologists and others interested in improving the quality of life for those persons affected by aphasia. In addition, the Center is actively engaged in research efforts that examine the impact of its programs and offer innovative approaches to individual treatment. Collaboration efforts are also maintained with aphasia researchers worldwide. Adler Aphasia Center was awarded top prize as Rehabilitation Center of the Year at the 2011 NJBIZ Healthcare Heroes Award Program. The Center is also the recipient of the 2011 Nonprofit Leadership Award from Children’s Aid and Family Services. Founded in 2003 by Elaine and Mike Adler, its mission is simple: to be a vital resource to anyone whose life or profession is touched by aphasia.


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