• Anita Connell

National Stroke Week 2020

Updated: Sep 3, 2020

In recognition of national stroke week, here's our choir talking about how singing increases social connection and improves impaired communication as a result of aphasia. Aphasia is a neurological disorder caused by damage to the brain and in particular the language areas.

Currently, we facilitate two stroke choirs taking place online. We hope to be back in person very soon. You can find out more about the choir and how to join by contacting us directly or by connecting with the Stroke Recovery Association NSW.

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