The MGH Institute Aphasia Center

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The MGH Institute Aphasia Center assists adults who have partial or total inability to produce or understand speech as a result of brain damage caused by injury or disease such as people who have had a stroke. It is part of the Speech, Language, and Literacy Center (SLLC) in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the MGH Institute's Boston campus.

Graduate students in the MGH Institute Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program provide diagnostic and therapy services to people with aphasia. The student clinicians are supervised by experienced faculty members in the MGH Institute Communication Sciences and Disorders department.

Clinical Faculty in the Aphasia Center

The Aphasia Center is located on the ground floor, in the new Dr. Charles and Ann Sanders IMPACT Practice Center in Two Constitution Center (2CW). See directions to and parking for 2CW.

See our virtual tour of the IMPACT Practice Center.

Non-Discrimination Policy

The Center does not discriminate in the delivery of professional services on the basis of color, race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, national origin, status as a parent, or the ability to pay.

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