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Luckier and Luckier, A Beautiful Life!

By Charlotte E. Let’s think about something. How about a trip to Coney Island? I first started going there on the weekends with my grandmother. This was during my first or second year of college after I had met a boy named Daniel on the way to the train going

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Aphasia Task Force first of its kind

Senate Majority Leader helps raise awareness of communication disorder BY LOIS GOLDRICH New Jersey Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg of Teaneck hasn’t seen it all, but she’s seen quite a bit. “I’ve been around long enough that, fortunately and unfortunately, there are not too many things to legislate about that

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New Jersey is giving voice to people with Aphasia

Some speak their own language, while others don’t speak much at all.  Some can’t read.  Others can’t write.  But as anyone with Aphasia knows, it is not for a lack of trying or wanting.  Nor is it for a lack of good ideas, compelling thoughts or intellectual capacity. That was

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5th Annual Clink for a Cause

Join us at our annual friendraiser, Clink for a Cause, as we raise awareness about aphasia, raise our glasses to those in the aphasia community and meet new friends who support our cause! This year, we will celebrate at American Whiskey in NYC from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Register

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Stroke Survivors With Aphasia Showcase Handcrafted Jewelry

Something Special, Adler Aphasia Center’s vocational artisan program in which stroke survivors with aphasia design and handcraft unique jewelry and gifts, will be hosting a Spring Boutique on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 from 4:00 – 8:00 pm at Adler Aphasia Center, located at 60 West Hunter Avenue, Maywood, New Jersey.

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How Maywood Stroke Survivor Turned Her Life Around

MAYWOOD, N.J. — Adler Aphasia Center’s Rebecca Iovino was 37 when her 2005 stroke brought her busy life to a halt. A Teaneck mother of two, Iovino was an architect working with her husband, Anthony, at the family’s firm. Her life revolved around family and her bustling career, but her

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Ridgewood fundraiser to benefit aphasia sufferers

Village residents Bill and Barbara Grundy will be the hosts of a “Bach and Brunch” fundraiser Sunday for the Adler Aphasia Center. Bill Grundy, a former Ridgewood High School football coach and gym teacher in Demarest, suffered a stroke at age 50 that caused him to develop aphasia. The communication disorder  can impair

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Aphasia Spotlight: Meet the Adler Aphasia Center

Dealing with aphasia can be a long, hard road for many. Thankfully, there are organizations dedicated to helping and supporting that journey. Meet the Adler Aphasia Center and the services it provides to people with aphasia. Adler Aphasia Center is an innovative post-rehabilitative therapeutic program that addresses the long-term needs of people diagnosed

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Heartbeats: Adler Aphasia Center earns another 4-star rating

Charity Navigator recently announced that Adler Aphasia Center of Maywood and West Orange has earned their fourth consecutive four-star rating. This is Charity Navigator’s highest possible rating and indicates that this organization adheres to sector best practices and executes its mission in a financially efficient way. Attaining a four-star rating verifies

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