Upcoming Programs


A Celebration of Audrey

Event: Wednesday, September 27, 2023 – 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM ET

This event, held as a collaboration of a multitude of aphasia organizations that Audrey’s life and work has touched, will be a chance to gather as an aphasia community to share stories, anecdotes, memories and wisdom about the legendary Audrey Holland. 

  • National Aphasia Association (NAA)
  • Academy of Aphasia
  • Clinical Aphasiology Conference (CAC)
  • Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences (ANCDS)
  • Aphasia Access

There will be speakers, readings, photos and more. If you would like to contribute your own brief video about your Audrey story or share a photo for a montage that will be shared at the end. – The event is free and open to all but registration is required.


Virtual Brag & Steal: Aphasia Camps

Tuesday, October 17, 2023 | 3:00 PM ET | Members Only

Aphasia Access is excited to continue our Virtual Brag & Steal series! For those new to Aphasia Access, the Brag & Steal program is one of the most popular features of the Aphasia Access Leadership Conference. It’s a time for showcasing and sharing the creativity, innovation and best practices amongst our community through 5-minute lightning talks. Aphasia Access is continuing the Brag & Steal program online and we welcome your submissions!

For our next Brag and Steal, our theme is Aphasia Camps! We are looking for presenters who can share tips for starting and running aphasia camps, lessons learned, creative financing, etc. If you are involved in an Aphasia Camp, please consider sharing your wisdom and expertise with us!

This one hour Virtual Brag & Steal will feature 4 presentations. Each presenter will be given 5 minutes to present and 5 minutes of q&a will follow. To submit a proposal, please complete this form by Friday, September 8:

Distinguished Speakers Series: In Conversation with Jacqueline Laures-Gore

Wednesday, November 8, 2023 | 1:00 PM ET | Members Only

Join Apahsia Access in celebrating recent ASHA award recipients with our Distinguished Speakers Series. On November 8th, don’t miss the captivating insights of Jacqueline Laures Gore from Georgia State University, our esteemed guest for this edition of the popular series.

During each talk in our series, our special guest will kick things off by sharing their perspectives on a topic close to their heart – in this instance, delving into religion, spirituality, health, and aphasia. Around 15 minutes into the event, the floor opens up for an engaging discussion where you can pose questions or freely share your thoughts – a truly intimate gathering awaits.