“Good Trouble” & Championing Equity
Thursday, August 20th at 1 PM ET
The intent behind this Aphasia Access Town Hall is to take stock of where we are amid an unprecedented reckoning of racial inequity, writ large in our society and in speech-language pathology. We want to learn from this inflection point by stimulating deep reflection and discussion and being more intentional champions of equity and inclusion by working to reimagine our organizations, programs, and clinics.
The panel includes:
Dr. Hia Datta, Associate Professor
Vicki Deal Williams, Chief Staff Officer for Multicultural Affairs
Dr. Gloriajean Wallace, Professor and Program Director
Dr. Maria Munoz, Professor
University of Redlands
Dr. Nidhi Mahendra, Chair, Department of Communicative Disorders & Sciences
San Jose State University
Virtual Brag & Steal
Tuesday, August 25th at 2 PM ET
AphasiaAccess is excited to present a Virtual Brag & Steal Series! For those new to AphasiaAccess, the Brag & Steal is one of the most popular features of the AphasiaAccess Leadership Conference. It’s a time for showcasing and sharing the creativity, innovation and best practices amongst our community through 5-minute lightning talks.
AphasiaAccess is now taking the Brag & Steal program online and we welcome your submissions! This first Virtual Brag & Steal will be centered around the theme of online aphasia group activities. What innovative aphasia groups is your center running? What group activities are thriving via Zoom/online platforms?
This one-hour Virtual Brag & Steal will feature 5 talks. Each presenter will be given 5 minutes to share their aphasia group activity and 5 minutes of Q&A will follow.
A form is coming soon to submit a presentation idea… stay tuned.