School of Health Professions

San Antonio Network for Aphasia (SANA)

Do you or your loved one have aphasia? You are not alone.

Aphasia is a common communication disorder affecting an estimated 2 million Americans. Aphasia can be induced by stroke or present as primary progressive aphasia, a form in which communication becomes increasingly difficult.

Meet other people with aphasia and their loved ones at San Antonio Network for Aphasia, a monthly program offered by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at UT Health San Antonio’s campus.

During SANA meetings, participants will interact with others living with aphasia in activities coordinated by speech-language pathology graduate students. Each month features a theme or topic intended to improve the quality of communication in daily living activities or in relationships.

SANA meets:

  • The first Thursday of the month
  • From 6-7:30 p.m.


7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX 78229


Contact: Dr. Cathy Torrington Eaton


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