Recent Events:

LSUHSC Rehab Counseling Students
LSU BR Graduate NSSLHA Students

David's Apple was formed upon the principles of communication, education, and compassion for those affected after stroke.  Thus far, David has reached out to:


  • Stroke survivors and their families

  • Healthcare professionals

  • Students pursuing a career in the field of healthcare

  • Local professional organizations


David is available for group presentations, as well as individual support and motivation for stroke survivors and families.

     David's Apple, LLC, is a non-profit organization, developed to provide various healthcare professionals with personal experiences from the perspective of the stroke patient. Our goal is to increase professional knowledge of aphasia, for the purpose of gaining awareness of the process of stroke recovery and improving communication between patients and health care professionals.


In addition to providing advocacy for stroke survivors, David's Apple, LLC, is also a public charity. The ultimate goal of David's Apple is to open a facility that will provide follow-up therapy, education, and resources to stroke survivors and their families.


If you would like to support our mission, please make a donation. David's Apple, LLC is exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and classified as a public charity under section 509(a)(3), therefore, gifts are tax-deductible to the full extent provided by law.  Our federal tax identification number is 45-2208526.   

David's Apple Team
         "After having a stroke, there are life changes not only for the patient, but also for the family. I am here to offer guidance and advice in your time of need. My family and I have been in this position before, and we understand the impact that support can have for rehabilitation."
David Adams
Stroke Survivor and Advocate
David's Apple, Co-Founder


National Stroke Association
​The Disability Digest
 The Internet Stroke


Aphasia Association

The Greater New Orleans Resource Guide to Brain Injury Recovery

Stroke: Making Gains beyond 6 Months

(OT Capstone)

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