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Aphasia Retreat Day Volunteer Application Form

Hi everyone,

Here is the message from Taz:

Hi All,

Thank-you to all who have shown interest in being a volunteer on September 23, 2017 for the Aphasia Retreat Day at Woodeden Easter Seals Camp.  Please see the volunteer application form attached.  We are asking for the forms to be sent back by July 17th and then we will let you know by the start of August if we have a spot for you!

One of the principles of Aphasia Retreat Days/Camps is to have a ripple effect, whereby awareness and advocacy for all things aphasia related can spread through many communities.  As such, we try to ensure that our volunteers represent a range of professions/disciplines, experience levels, age, gender and come from all walks of life! Of course having SLPs volunteer is always something we look for to help model communicative access, but please feel free to send the brochure (previously distributed) and this volunteer application form to anyone you think might enhance the retreat day and benefit from the exposure to the aphasia community.

Many thanks for your continued support.  We anticipate that the participant application forms will be ready to disseminate next week!



Volunteer Application Form: Aphasia Retreat Day Volunteer Application Form 2017 (003)

Aphasia Retreat Day!

Hi Everyone,

Please see below information about this year’s Aphasia Retreat Day being run by Western in partnership with MODC.

Thanks Taz for passing this along 🙂


Registration Form Aphasia KE Day June 2 2017

Aphasia Knowledge Exchange Day- Registration is open!

Registration is now open for the 9th annual Aphasia Knowledge Exchange Day!

Friday, June 2nd, 2017 , 9:00 am-4:00 pm

St. Joseph’s Health Centre Guelph, Linamar Auditorium

100 Westmount Rd, Guelph, Ontario

Please see below for more information and the registration form

Registration Form Aphasia KE Day June 2 2017



Aphasia Rehabilitation & Recovery from Novel Therapy

Hi everyone,

This is an educational event on Thursday, April 6th, 2017 from 2:00-3:00 PM

The event is hosted by The Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery (C-STAR) at the University of South Carolina Aphasia Laboratory through the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

The presenter is Dr. Thomas Broussard, Jr., who is a stroke survivor, a neuroeducator, an author and a public speaker.

This presentation is free but you must register to attend in person or watch online.

For more information, please see the link below.



Thanks Debi for passing this along!

Guide to Stroke Recovery

Here is an awesome resource developed by the Toronto Stroke Networks. Great for clients, caregivers and healthcare professionals



Thanks Deb for passing this along

Google Apps and Extensions for Vision and Literacy Support

Here is a list of apps and tools to support vision and literacy difficulties when reading online


Thanks Debi for passing this along 🙂


Bilingual Communication Cards


The Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing has this amazing FREE resource:

The cards are available in 25 different languages. They cover a variety of topics that we might use for communication books.


Thanks Anna Maria for finding this gem 🙂