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Use our OneWord social toolkit to help spread the word about aphasia!

The Learning Corp | May 14, 2019 | Aphasia

We developed this Social Toolkit as part of Aphasia Awareness Month this June. In concert with the OneWord videos, the purpose of the Toolkit is to help aphasia heroes and ambassadors spread the word about this little known but common communication disorder. If you have aphasia, care for someone with aphasia, or treat patients with aphasia, this toolkit is for you.

We’ve created posts, below, to share on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest or whichever social media channel you prefer. To use, simply copy and paste onto your social media channel. Use them as is, or adapt them to the needs of your aphasia communities.

Let’s get the conversation started!   

After a stroke or brain injury, survivors may spend weeks or months working toward getting out just #OneWord. Watch the video to see what it’s like to live with #aphasia: thelearningcorp.com/oneword  #WhatsYourOneWord #AphasiaAwareness

#Aphasia is a little known but common communication disorder resulting from #stroke or #braininjury which makes it hard to say even the simplest of words. Watch the video to see what it’s like to live with aphasia: thelearningcorp.com/oneword  #WhatsYourOneWord #AphasiaAwareness

If you have aphasia, care for someone with aphasia, or treat patients with aphasia, you know what it’s like to struggle to get #oneword out. Watch and share the video to help spread awareness! thelearningcorp.com/oneword #WhatsYourOneWord #AphasiaAwareness

You know the feeling when a word is on the tip of your tongue but you can’t get it out? Now imagine living with that feeling every day. That’s #aphasia – a common communication disorder that occurs after #stroke or #braininjury. Learn what’s it’s like to live with aphasia and how it’s treated: thelearningcorp.com/oneword #OneWord #AphasiaAwareness

“After my stroke, I was worried that I would not be able to speak to my family again” – Mary, AVM survivor with #aphasia. Imagine the thought of not being able to speak again… or to struggle to get #oneword out. Hope comes through treatment. Let’s spread the word about this common yet misunderstood disorder: thelearningcorp.com/oneword #WhatsYourOneWord #AphasiaAwareness

What if you couldn’t get even one word out? That’s what it’s like to live with #aphasia, a common speech disorder after a #stroke or #braininjury. But it can be treated. Watch the video and learn what’s it’s like to live with aphasia: thelearningcorp.com/oneword #WhatsYourOneWord #AphasiaAwareness

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