DaZy Aphasia Centre

"Live Successfully with Aphasia"

A graduate student clinician sits at a table with an elderly gentleman. She points at a form on the table, helping the man fill out the form. A women sits on the left hand side of the man, also filling out a form.

...empower, enhance and enrich the lives of those with aphasia and to help them rediscover a new life… one with aphasia.
The DaZy Centre is a place where those with aphasia and their family members and others can share therapy, information and experiences related to their condition. It has become the mission of the DaZy Centre to empower, enhance and enrich the lives of those with aphasia and to help them rediscover a new life… one with aphasia. The Centre is located on the BGSU campus in the Health and Human Services Building, Speech and Hearing Clinic.  Group therapy and individual therapy are provided. 

The DaZy Aphasia Program offers group and/or individual sessions for people with communication problems following stroke or brain injury. The DaZy Aphasia Program will be offered on Wednesday afternoons in the Fall of 2015. Call now to make an appointment for an upcoming semester.

For more information on the DaZy Aphasia Centre contact:
Karen Brackenbury, M.A., CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist, Clinic Supervisor
419-372-2515
kbrack@bgsu.edu   


Read more about group therapy for adults with aphasia in an article by Audra DeLaney (School of Media and Communication): Aphasia at BGSU: CDIS Faculty Member Brent Archer Studies Group Therapy for Aphasia