12-Year-Old Little League Pitcher Returns Home After Traumatic Brain Injury
Anthony Labin, a 12-year-old from New Jersey, is back home and recovering after being hit by a line drive on July 11 during a Little League game. The accident left the boy with aphasia, but reports say “he has made remarkable progress.”
Cross-Country Bike Ride Nears Finish Line
Stroke Across America — organized by Stroke Onward, a national nonprofit — wraps up its cross-country bike ride this weekend. They’ve been leading a 4,300-mile bike trip from Oregon to Massachusetts, all in the name of spreading their message about strokes, aphasia, TBI, recovery, and more.
Lingraphica Wraps Up Their Words Documentary
Earlier this year, Lingraphica met with four unique individuals with aphasia to hear their stories. You can now watch all four episodes, plus a special bonus Q&A that we hosted live with the stars of Their Words.
Former Member of Congress Gabby Giffords Stars in Documentary
In 2011, Gabby Giffords was the target of an assassination attempt. This documentary — now in theaters and on-demand — follows Giffords on her road to recovery from paralysis and aphasia.
Aphasia Group Performs Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Driven in part by a desire to help people with aphasia regain communication confidence, members of the University of Colorado Boulder’s therapy group for aphasia staged a live production of the classic novel, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Months After Aphasia Diagnosis, Bruce Willis Plays Harmonica in Recent Clip
Earlier this year, Bruce Willis ended his acting career after an aphasia diagnosis. While Willis has stepped out of the limelight, his family continues to share occasional photos on social media. His wife recently shared a new clip of the former star playing harmonica with friend and musician Derek Richard Thomas.
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