Registration – Patients

Calgary Aphasia Centre (CAC) programs are offered to persons with aphasia caused by a stroke or an acquired brain injury. At this time, we are unable to accept registrations from applicants who have a diagnosis of dementia or primary progressive aphasia (PPA).

To attend CAC programs, you must:

  • Have spoken conversational English before your stroke or brain injury, AND
  • Be able to toilet yourself independently or have a care provider available to assist you

Note: Before attending a CAC program, applicants must be contacted by the CAC intake coordinator.

Who should our intake coordinator contact?

Relationship to Applicant:

How did you find out about the Calgary Aphasia Centre (CAC)?

Does the applicant have access to a computer with internet, web camera and microphone?

Is the applicant interested in attending CAC programs that are hosted online (e.g., Zoom videoconference)?

Which CAC program(s) is the applicant interested in?

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