Conversation Groups

Everyone is welcome at any of the groups we currently have running. They are free to attend.

You are welcome to simply arrive on the day. If you would like to speak with our Volunteer Coordinator first to get a sense of what occurs in the groups, please get in touch with us via with your name and best contact number. We will endeavour to contact you as soon as possible.

Visit this page often as we are planning to expand the number of groups available across WA. We will also post regularly on our Facebook page, so please like our Facebook page at @AphasiaWa


Inglewood Group


The Bob Daniels Community Centre
895 Beaufort Street, Inglewood


Every Monday (except public holidays) from 10am – 11am

South Guildford Group


South Guildford Community Room
Waterhall Shopping Centre, 9 Waterhall Road, South Guildford


Every Tuesday from 9.30am – 11am

Floreat Group


Cambridge Bowling Club Meeting Room
39 Chandler Ave W, Floreat


Every Tuesday 10.30am – 11.30am

Palmyra Group


AH Bracks Library, Meeting Room 2
Corner Canning Hwy and Stock Rd, Melville


Wednesdays 10.45am – 12.45pm

Armadale Group

Where: Seville Grove Library Meeting Room, 78 Champion Drive Seville Grove

When: Thursdays 10.00am – 11.00am

Book Returns Group

Book Returns is a social book club for people with aphasia.

Before attending please contact Deborah for more information at

Joondalup Group


Joondalup Library, 102 Boas Avenue, Joondalup.  First floor, Meeting Room 2


Every Wednesday, 10.00am – 11.30am

MidWest & Gascoyne

Geraldton Group – The Chat Pack


The Geraldton Library
37 Marine Terrace, Geraldton


Every Monday (except public holidays) from
1.00pm – 3.00pm

If you would like to join a group using a video-link up, please contact us at and we will work with you to explore this option.

South West

Bunbury Group


Bunbury Public Library, ICT Room
1 Parkfield Street, Bunbury


Fortnightly on Fridays 10.00am – 11.00am

If you would like to join a group using a video-link up, please contact us at and we will work with you to explore this option.

Kimberley, Pilbara, Wheatbelt, Goldfields and Great Southern regions

For people living in these regions, joining a Conversation Group via video-link up is a great option. Please contact us at and we will work with you to explore this.

Please also visit the I have aphasia page for some links to resources including on-line groups and aphasia therapy software.

For local support options, we recommend you contact the Speech Pathology department at your local hospital or health campus, or your local Aboriginal Medical Service.

If you are seeking the support of a private Speech Pathologist, please visit the Private Speech Pathology Association of Western Australia website ( Some therapists offer telehealth options.