National Aphasia Association One Aphasia Action Project + Aphasia Cafe Videoconferences

Social distancing is difficult for people with aphasia. Check out this list of small, actionable activities from the National Aphasia Association that you can do from home each day to work on your communication skills – https://www.aphasia.org/one-aphasia-action/introduction/?utm_source=Master+List&utm_campaign=e4e5d61425-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2016_11_21_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_cc4d0722f3-e4e5d61425-136461021 Or, how about joining one of their online aphasia cafe videoconference chats?  The next chat is on April 22nd…

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Coronavirus Update

Due to mounting concerns about the coronavirus (Covid-19), the CAC steering committee has made the decision to place all of our conversation groups (Parkdale Church, First Baptist Church, Heart and Stroke and Glenmore Park) and the book club on hold until further notice, effective March 12. The steering committee will meet on April 9th to re-assess this…

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Alberta Aphasia Camp 2020

Nice article on the Corbett Hall Speech-Language Pathology Clinic at the University of Alberta and the Alberta Aphasia Camp 2020. This year’s camp will take place at the Gull Lake centre from September 18 to 20. Application forms will be available in May.  

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Alberta Aphasia Camp 2019 – SAVE THE DATE!

Save the Date! The Alberta Aphasia Camp is happy to announce its 6th Annual Camp happening on September 13th-15th, 2019 at the Gull Lake Centre! The camp is an opportunity for adults living with aphasia to focus on recreation and relaxation in an aphasia friendly environment. There are a variety of recreational, therapeutic, and self-care…

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