According to the National Aphasia Association (NAA), aphasia is “an acquired communication disorder that impairs a person’s ability to process language, but does not affect intelligence.”
It affects over 2 Million Americans.
It was a typical Atlanta morning in January, 1991. Herb Silverman, then 27, was up early and doing his morning workout at the small gym in his apartment complex when something went awry. “I felt lightheaded and dizzy but didn’t know what the…
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