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Approximately one million stroke survivors are currently living with aphasia in the United States. While aphasia can make it hard to speak, most individuals with aphasia can still sing fluently.


Later this month, a local group of stroke survivors living with aphasia will celebrate what they can still do: sing!


The Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale is a choir for stroke survivors and supporters. The choir is one of only five aphasia choirs in the country, and the only aphasia choir in the Western part of the United States. The group holds hybrid in-person, and online rehearsals and welcomes members from other states that don’t have an aphasia choir.


The Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale will perform later this month alongside healthcare workers who are musicians in a unique celebration event called Healthcare Rocks.


Friday, September 23, 2022 7pm

The Schoolhouse Theater

9650 E. Mainstreet, Parker CO

Tickets available at

Proceeds benefit the aphasia chorale and other programs of local 501(c)3 nonprofit, Rehabilitative Rhythms.

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