Alberta Aphasia Knowledge Exchange Day

SAVE THE DATE!! The Alberta Aphasia Knowledge Exchange Day is happening on April 27th at the University of Alberta. This is a great learning opportunity for speech-language pathologists and all other rehabilitation professional. See the following link for more information. Aphasia Knowledge Exchange 2019

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Finding My Voice

Debbie Maloney had a brain aneurysm and stroke at the age of 36, and had to learn how to walk and talk again. This interesting article examines Debbie’s path to recovery and the ongoing challenges she continues to face each day. https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform/this-is-my-story-debbie

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Urban Beautification

CAC’s very own artist-in-residence, Lynn Cameron, was selected by the City of Calgary to have her artwork adorn one of the city’s utility boxes. Now that’s what we call urban beautification!  Well done, Lynn.

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Aphasia Awareness Month 2018

Happy Aphasia Awareness Month! Did you know that 84.5% of the general public have NEVER heard of aphasia?? Here is a great video to share with those who don’t know about aphasia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjkgSCIXo3k#action=share    

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Alberta Aphasia Camp 2018

Save the Date! The Alberta Aphasia Camp is holding their 5th annual camp on September 14 – 16, 2018. The camp is targeted at adults who are living with aphasia. The camp focuses on both recreation and relaxation in a supported communication environment. Campers choose from activities, which are recreational (archery, hike, canoe, kayak, low…

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