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? (required)

    Relationship to Applicant: (required)

    When did a speech-language pathologist last see the applicant? Date last seen:

    Does the applicant have access to a computer with internet, web camera and microphone? YesNo
    Is the applicant interested in attending CAC programs that are hosted online (e.g., Zoom videoconference)? YesNo
    Which CAC program(s) is the applicant interested in?
    Conversation GroupBook Club

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