Newsletters

The Aphasia Center publishes a newsletter twice a year. To receive this newsletter by email, please sign up today. The following past issues are downloadable with information about the ACC and stories of participant challenges and successes.

Fall 2016 - Twenty Years of Transforming Lives!
Spring 2016 – Many Roads Lead to the ACC
Fall 2015 – Go, Jim Santanna!
Spring 2015 – ACC Efforts Going Global
Fall 2014 – Unbroken Bonds
Spring 2014 – Brains and Beauty

Newsletter Archives
Fall 2013 – A 360 Degree View of the ACC
Spring 2013 – Aphasia Center KeyStrokes Choir: Hitting all the Right Notes
Fall 2012 – Captain Mark Kelly: A Personal Story of Inspiration and Courage
Spring 2012 – One Hundred Names For Love
Fall 2011 – 15th Anniversary Celebration
Spring 2011 – Sculpting a Life with Aphasia
Fall 2010 – Aphasia Center: Leading the Way
Spring 2010 – Making a Very Special Book Connection
Fall 2009 – Giving Back to the ACC
Spring 2009 – Forward Motion – The Magic Ingredient
Fall 2008 – Hands Across the Pacific
Spring 2008 – Angela Lilley Joins ACC Staff
Fall 2007 – USA-Japan Friendship Day
Spring 2007 – Annual “Go for it!” Award Established
Fall 2006 – The Center Celebrates Its Tenth Year
Spring 2006 – The Book Connection (PDF format)
Fall 2005 – Walk to Talk 2005 (PDF format)
Spring 2005 – Training future Speech-Language Pathologists (PDF format)
Fall 2004 – Walk to Talk 2004 (PDF format)
Spring 2004 – Aphasia Book Clubs (PDF format)
Fall 2003 – Let’s Walk to Talk Walkathon (PDF format)
Spring 2003 – Healing through Community (PDF format)
Fall 2002 – Human Race Sets New ACC Record
Spring 2002 – Aphasia Center Annual Report 2001
Winter 2001 – Aphasia Center Annual Report-2000
Summer 2000 – ACC Walks for the Human Race
Winter 2000 – Aphasia Center Annual Report-1999
Summer 1999 – Human Race Raises Funds for ACC
Winter 1999 – Aphasia Center Annual Report-1998
Summer 1998 – The Center Celebrates Its Second Anniversary
Winter 1998 – The Center’s Open House a Rousing Success
Summer 1997 – The Center Celebrates Its First Year

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