Aphasia Access' 2016 Webinar Series

Ever wish you could hang out with leading experts, hearing their best reflections, their insider tips, and their ah-ha moments? Now you can. Join Aphasia Access for its 2016 webinar series, Aphasia: What I Know Now That I Wish I Knew Then. In this three-part series, you will hear the kind of insights not taught in the classroom, insights developed through years of experience. Regardless of the setting you work or teach within, if your goal is to help people with aphasia have a better life, this series is for you. Sign up today for any webinar or the entire series, and remember, if you can’t participate in the live session, you can hear the recorded version at your convenience.

 As in 2015, both the live and archived version of each webinar are complimentary for Aphasia Access members. Non-members are able to view for a nominal cost ($40 for one, $100 for the series) which includes ongoing access to the archived version. Want a sense of what an Aphasia Access webinar is all about? Visit our video on demand page to access the webinar archive (fee may apply).

Note: Webinar participants will receive a certificate of completion upon request. This certificate can be submitted as part of the ASHA Certification Maintenance Process. Aphasia Access will not be submitting a participation report directly to ASHA. Additional information about earning certification maintenance hours is available on the ASHA website. 

What I Know Now That I Wish I Knew Then -
The Art of Influence

Dr. Jackie Hinckley - Voices of Hope for Aphasia
Dr. Mary Jo Santo Pietro - Kean University
Dr. Jay Rosenbek - University of Florida

What I Know Now That I Wish I Knew Then -
The Art of Creating Content

Dr. Robert Marshall - University of Kentucky
Sandra Glista - Western Michigan University
Robin Pollens - Western Michigan University
Dalene Williamson - Stroke Comeback Center

What I Know Now That I Wish I Knew Then -
The Art of Raising Awareness & Money

Rachel Reinert - Content Forward
Wendy Greenspan - Adler Aphasia Center
Todd Von Deak, Aphasia Access

Return to Aphasia Access' Training page to see all educational opportunities available.