“Knowledge is POWER"

What you’re doing is a GOOD thing!

Mark McEwen –  Author, Former CBS Weatherman & Stroke Survivor

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Speak from your Heart


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8th Annual Language of Love Telethon October 16, 2022

Together, we are lifting our voices and changing the face of

Strokes and Aphasia locally and around the globe

The Long Term Vision of  The Language of Love Foundation and Telethon is to join the world together in Stroke and Aphasia Awareness through kindness and pure love. 


We pride ourselves on being authentic with spreading LOVE in the way that we encounter all who cross our paths. 


Our Mission will  have enormous impact and reduce the number of Strokes as well as reduce the number of deaths, disabilities and bring HOPE to all.

Mark McEwen, Author of Change In The Weather -Life After Stroke
Kimon Bekelis
Gabrielle and Gary Bachers
Patti G Foster
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Nicole Yeates
Dr. Jim Henry
Brooke Allen ~ Stroke Survivor
Jason Wallen
Marianne & Joe Silva (In Loving Memory and Honoring Marianne)
Sok Hwee Tay
Fr. Sam Monaco
Zach - Grandson of PapaJoe De Clemente
Richard Libman - Neurologist
Mia Rose, Tribute to health care workers
Tony Caggiano
Joyful Noise - Charlie & Marie Stronconi
Ann Fisher - In Loving Memory
Jimmy Savalli - Village Connection Network
Brucester Billings
Art Bram
Michael Evangel, - Super Mike Show
Andrew G Ratway ~Elvis Tribute Artist
Karen Trento - Background Specialist
Must Be Dreaming
Virginia M. Werner
John Prussen and Lee Ann Brill
Stevie GB
Florence Hechtel
Catherine Szerszen
Stevie GB - The World's Funniest accountant
Nancy Magrini - Cavallone - Board of Trustee
Nate Moran - professional mime
Lee Ann
Knowledge is POWER
Alicia Moss
Kelli Grim
Iris Astrof
Tina Hanley
Attorney James F. Leonick
Bobby Baby Walker - Stroke Survivor
Ms. Charlotte Warner Ambrose
Lori Haber Social Media &  David Samuel Bloch
Maureen Griffin -
PapaJoe De Clemente
Marianne & Joe Silva (In Loving Memory and Honoring Marianne)