Triangle Aphasia Project Unlimited

TAP Unlimited is so honored that this young woman had a dream, an inspiration and the initiative to start a campaign to raise awareness of brain health and help individuals with aphasia! Her passion led her to launch an event at her high school (Broughton) having high school bands compete in a Battle of the Bands competition! She has incredible family, school administrative and community support and has graciously chosen Triangle Aphasia Project Unlimited as the benefactor! The winning band will open for a headliner at the Lincoln Theatre …how cool is that? Want to be involved. Check out Charlotte’s website at maintainyourbrainnc.com Impressive!!! Thank you Charlotte!!

Thank you to Sarah Lindenfeld Hall and WRAL TV for posting this great article about the Maintain your Brain Battle of the Bands on Saturday, March 23rd, 1-4pm. 

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TAP’s 2017 Year In Review

“This is my favorite time of the year!” We hear this phrase spoken by many individuals as we celebrate the Holidays, share time and make memories with family and friends, and shop for the perfect gift to reflect our feelings about our loved ones. But this time, for me, is also one of reflection on the year past and a pause to appreciate the things I was able to “check-off” this year’s to do list. As the young folks say #goals! Read more


Tell us more about TAP:
TAP Unlimited is a community based nonprofit organization that helps individuals with aphasia, their families and friends, and the community. Individuals with aphasia receive support and programming for as long as they want to, helping them return to the community with improved communicative confidence and full engagement. Programs are available for family/friends to Learn to Speak Aphasia©, as well as to healthcare providers and businesses to increase access to services in their community.

  

Aphasia In The News

People With Aphasia Get Voices Heard at NCGA

Leah Asmelash | June 9, 2017
North Carolina Health News

Fifteen years ago, Maura Silverman was a frustrated speech therapist watching patients with aphasia get discharged from services before they were ready. Insurance companies made the call, leaving her with little say in the matter.

So Silverman took matters into her own hands and founded the Triangle Aphasia Project, an organization dedicated to serving people with aphasia.
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