Every year, over 600,000 stroke survivors in the US struggle to regain their ability to communicate. Their struggle is not due to loss of intelligence, but to aphasia – a language impairment that affects speaking, understanding, reading, and writing. Therapy can be arduous, but also profoundly rewarding – and the Stroke Comeback Center wants all survivors to have access to it, regardless of ability to pay. Founded by a licensed speech-language pathologist, SCC creates a supportive environment in which stroke survivors receive affordable therapy while rebuilding their communication skills and lives – primarily through an innovative program that focuses on remastering daily tasks and routines. Last year, SCC provided over 8,700 hours of group therapy and awarded more than $50,000 in scholarships. Stroke recovery is daunting; but SCC knows that, with the right support, it can happen.