eBadge, CE, Certificate Course

Speech-language pathologists know people with aphasia want to participate in life, but how can true person-centered care, health equity, and personalized goals be achieved within today’s time-limited healthcare and community environments?

The first in a series designed to revolutionize outcomes
for people with aphasia…


What’s Included?

8 Interactive Modules
(check out the learner objectives)

Practical assessment, collaborative goal setting, and intervention examples designed for expert and novice clinicians alike. Numerous videos of people with aphasia and their loved ones to make key concepts come alive.


8 downloadable tools for immediate use, plus links to additional practical resources

Confidence Tests

Each module ends with a 10-question quiz (repeatable if needed)

.25 ASHA CEU’s & Certificate

This course can be started and resumed to fit your schedule.
Total course time is approximately 3 hours.

Clickable eBadge

When displayed in email signatures and social media, you’ll lead employers, peers, and the people you serve to a full description of your accomplishment for the next 5 years.


Course authors will offer a quarterly Q&A only for course graduates.

Earning Your ASHA CEU Credit

ASHA CEU’s will be awarded to all who have reviewed the full eight-module course and passed a short exam at the end of each module, earning a minimum score of 80%.  Upon successfully completing the course, you will also receive a certificate of completion, which can be immediately downloaded.

Aphasia Access will report your CEU’s earned to ASHA within 30 days of completing the module. Please note that it may take up to four to six weeks for credit to appear on your registry after we submit your information to ASHA.


Other Pieces

?’s, Concerns, ADA Needs – help@AphasiaAccess.org.

Interested In Speaker Disclosures – View Relevant Disclosures
Learn About the Course Authors – View Their Bios
Review the Course Outline / Learning Objectives – View Here
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Financial and In-Kind Support generously provided by:

Robert and Joan Dircks Foundation, Brooke Hallowell,
The Allergan Foundation, and Course Authors

Student Group Access Rates Are Available –
Professors Can Learn More by emailing the Aphasia Access Offices