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 🙂


Baycrest Conference 2017

The Baycrest Speech-Language Pathologists Present: 

Videofluoroscopic and Endoscopic Evaluations of Swallowing:  Do you see what I see?  

Joseph Murray, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BRS-S 

Monday, May 15 & Tuesday, May 16, 2017 

Baycrest – The Jacob Family Theatre at the Posluns Auditorium

3560 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON, M6A 2E1

Online registration page:

Conference details: baycrest-2017-slp-conference-brochure

Moments Matter

An interesting resource created by the folks at Crouse Hospital in Syracuse, NY passed on to us by Cheryl Abrams, the Director of Communications at Crouse Hospital. Thanks so much Cheryl!moments-matter

Ottawa stroke specialist develops tablet-based apps to help with recovery

Here is an interesting story by CTV News Ottawa about “RecoverNow”, which is a tablet-based rehab tool to work on a patient’s language and motor skills.

Does anyone have any further information about this program?? Please share if you do!


Thanks to Deb Willems for passing this along 🙂



Aphasia Camp Application Forms

Application forms for the 2016 Aphasia Camp are in! Please find them below. Deadline for submission is July 31st at 4:30 pm

Aphasia Camp Application Form_Caregivers_Final

Aphasia Camp Application Form_PWA_Final

Aphasia Camp Volunteer Application Form 2016_FINAL


Hi everyone,

This year’s Aphasia Camp is taking place from Sept 23-25 at the Tim Horton Onondaga Farms in St. George Brant Ontario.

Please see the brochure below for further information.

Application forms are coming soon!


Aphasia Friendly Living With Stroke Materials

Hi everyone,

Further to Deb’s review yesterday of the new Aphasia Friendly Living with Stroke materials, I have now made them available under the Resources section of the blog. There is a PowerPoint for each module, handouts and a participant evaluation. Thank you to the Heart and Stroke Foundation for allowing us to have access to these resources 🙂