Helping people join in the conversation.
At the Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center (BRAC), we are dedicated to helping persons with aphasia achieve the highest level of recovery and participation in life. We are committed to providing support, education and training in a stimulating communication environment to those affected by aphasia, including the family and communication partners.
Located in Colonial Oaks, directly across from Shops at San Jose Plaza. There is a Publix one block east of us at the intersection of St. Augustine Rd. and University Blvd. on the opposite side of University Blvd. from the Clubhouse.
For more information email Aphasia@BrooksRehab.org or call (904) 345-6780.
To learn more about the services provided, check our our Aphasia Center page.
Jodi Morgan, CCC-SLP, Manager of the Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center (BRAC), was recently honored with the Aphasia Access Innovator Award. This prestigious honor is awarded once every two years "to recognize the incredible work of service providers who have considered the Life Participation Approach to Aphasia (LPAA) development from a novel and diverse perspective and have addressed challenges in a creative and innovative manner."