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UMaine Speech Therapy Telepractice Program

Speech therapy students at the University of Maine are gaining valuable, clinical experience without ever having to leave the Orono campus.

Their telepractice program is one of the first of its kind in the United States.

Joy Hollowell shows us why it’s a win-win for both the students and those they are helping.

Channel 6 News Piece

Channel 6 joined us at our second annual Andre R. Hemond Aphasia Retreat Weekend! Check out the video to see all the fun and learn more about our story. 

Spurwink names Albistons for humanitarian award

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — Bruce and Annemarie Albiston, co-founders of the Aphasia Center of Maine and the Adaptive Outdoor Education Center, will be honored later this month with a 2016 Spurwink Humanitarian Award for their commitment to the disabled community.

Camden National Bank Recognizes Six Nonprofit Leaders at 2016 Leaders & Luminaries Event

Annemarie Albiston was honored for her role as the founder of the Aphasia Center of Maine and dedication to raising awareness and improving the quality of life for 1,500 people in Maine who suffer from the communication disorder. As a dedicated leader, she continually develops opportunities to keep board members engaged and inspired in order to keep the mission moving forward. 

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Maine woman created Aphasia Center of Maine in honor of her father.

The National Aphasia Association says about 2 million Americans live with the communication disorder, which impairs a person's ability to process language.

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