June is National Aphasia Awareness Month

Because I only work with the pediatric population, I wouldn’t normally write about National Aphasia Awareness Month, as aphasia affects adults much more often than children. But I was approached by Lauren’s Hope, a medical ID jewelry company, to answer some questions about aphasia for National Aphasia Awareness Month. Check out their blog post to learn more about the causes and symptoms of aphasia, as well as why it’s important for people with aphasia to wear a medical ID bracelet at all times.

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