Speakeasy is a charity for people with aphasia; a communication difficulty following a stroke or head injury.
At Speakeasy, speech and language therapists and volunteers provide long term help and support. Speakeasy offers different activities for people to practise their communication, learn new skills and increase confidence. More about us
Aphasia is an acquired communication difficulty. It can happen after a stroke or other type of damage to the parts of the brain involved with language.
People who have aphasia may find it difficult to use and understand speech, to read and write. Read more about aphasia and how it affects lives.
- - ** Gill Pearl & Speakeasy: joint recipients of The 2015 Robin Tavistock Award...
- - Speakeasy Annual Conference, 19th October 2015...
- - We are seeking a Trustee...
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There are a number of ways you can donate to Speakeasy, including via FREE text message...
Help us with items on our wish list :
- iPads £329 each
- Aphasia Handbooks £25 each
- Communication resource boxes £50
- Refreshments for group meetings - 1 term £250
- Paper for the office and computer print outs £5 per ream
- Leaflets to increase awareness of aphasia and Speakeasy £150
- Support for transport for people unable to use ring and ride £30 per round trip
- Volunteer training day £350
- Outside speaker for group themes/activities £40 per visit
- Making a DVD about aphasia and Speakeasy £2500
- Buying test materials to assist with goal planning approx £200