Anthony Choon suffers an injury to his brain that impairs his ability to speak, write and understand words. About 15 million  people around the world are affected by aphasia. Aphasia is challenging, isolating, and frustrating. With loving support from his wife Veronica and volunteers from the non-profit Aphasia SG in Singapore, Anthony works on learning to communicate again. His story is a testament to the fact that "there is always life ahead. Whatever happens to you, don't give up."


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  • Barbara

    Wow! I found this deeply emotional. To me it demonstrates how we can ALL contribute something to support others around us. We can all strive to be more patient and that little bit kinder.

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