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MEDIA & PUBLICATIONS

2019 Annual Report

Since our doors opened in 2003, we have offered help and hope to thousands of stroke and brain injury survivors and their families by rebuilding their communication skills, while offering opportunities to engage with others with aphasia and to re-engage in their own communities. Aphasia is a communication disorder that

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No Place Like Home: Stay Home, Stay Safe Fundraiser

In light of COVID-19 we ask that you please support our 17th Annual Fundraiser in lieu of our Annual Gala this year! Despite the separation we have experienced in 2020, the Adler Aphasia Center continues to be a lifeline for people with aphasia. Within days of suspending in-person programming across

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Lessons learned … for immediate application

By LOIS GOLDRICH I didn’t want to go into Yom Kippur not having given serious thought to what I learned over the past year. After all, that’s what I’ll need to move forward, God willing, into the next. Actually, I’ve learned quite a lot — from many different people, under many different

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Classic Cars & Cocktails

Classic Cars and Cocktails Fall Fundraiser will be held from 3:30pm – 6:00pm in Englewood, NJ. View the Event Page Click here to Download the Invitation Click here to View Sponsorship Opportunities

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Annual Gala 2019

On Tuesday, June 11th, 2019, we will be holding our Annual Gala at Seasons in Washington Township where we are proud to be honoring the Winifred M. and George P. Pitkin Foundation, Dr. Audrey Holland and Avi Golden for their commitment and dedication to the Adler Aphasia Center and the

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Thanks Mom and Dad for my First Guitar

By Michael F. I started playing 54 1/2 years ago. My parents gave me a guitar. My guitar was garbage. I got my guitar at Robbie’s music store in Hackensack. It cost $30 for four lessons. They were nasty lessons. A few more notes, rather than chords. My friend Danny

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Volunteers make mark at Jewish Home

Adler Center members sell jewelry and raise awareness about aphasia By LOIS GOLDRICH According to Stacy Orden, the director of volunteer services at the Jewish Home Family, “the guys” have worked 2,163 hours over the years they’ve been there. What’s more, “they are reliable and attentive to detail.” Admirable qualities for

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