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Adler Aphasia Center at JCC MetroWest
Major funding provided by The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey.
Partial funding provided by Grotta Fund for Senior Care and The Hyde and Watson Foundation.
The Adler Aphasia Center at JCC MetroWest, a satellite center of Adler Aphasia Center in Maywood, NJ, welcomes people of all ages who have been diagnosed with aphasia.
Contact Wendy Greenspan, Program Director
for more information and to set up a tour.
Reconnecting people with aphasia and their family caregivers to active lives.
Aphasia robs stroke and brain injury survivors of their ability to communicate.
Aphasia cuts people off from their family, friends, healthcare providers, and everyday life.
The Adler Aphasia Center at JCC MetroWest provides a therapeutic environment of innovative programs that help people with aphasia and their families reconnect with life.
Long term rehabilitation is possible.
Our research shows people with aphasia benefit in many ways:
- Improved communication skills
- Increased confidence
- Strengthened social connections
- Enhanced quality of life
How do we help people with aphasia?
Through life skills activities, the arts, literature, technology and fitness, our programs help our members:
- Improve communication skills
- Exercise cognitive skills
- Build self-esteem
- Make social connections
How do we help family caregivers?
The family caregiver support group is facilitated by our life coach and focuses on mutual support and encouragement while building strategies to cope with the challenges of aphasia.
Who is on our staff?
- Licensed speech-language pathologists
- Trained professionals
- Committed volunteers