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New Jersey Aphasia Study Commission

Created By:
P.L.2010, c.117

The Commission is authorized to establish a mechanism to ascertain the prevalence of aphasia in New Jersey, and the unmet needs of persons with aphasia and those of their families; study model aphasia support programs, such as, the Kean University Institute for Adults Living with Communication Disabilities and the Adler Aphasia Center; and provide recommendations for additional support programs and resources to meet the unmet needs of persons with aphasia and their families.

Member Information: On Governor’s Boards, Authorities and Commissions page, please look for “New Jersey Aphasia Study Commission”

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