Distinguished Speaker Series: Dr. Jytte Isaksen
“How can we make communication everyone’s business? Sharing experiences from implementing partner training in hospitals.”
Monday, May 23 | 1:00 PM ET | Members Only
Aphasia Access is thrilled to continue its newest membership benefit. We have brought together an international collection of thought leaders in both aphasia research and aphasia care to create a line-up that could be the envy of any aphasia focused event the world over.
What makes these events even more remarkable is that they are not a traditional lecture. Each is an intimate conversation that will start with their thoughts and observations on the day’s topics and turn into an open and free-flowing conversation.
Jytte Isaksen is an associate professor at the Department of Language and Communication, University of Southern Denmark in Odense, Denmark. She lectures in the speech-language pathology and audiology programs in evidence-based practice, research methodologies, neurogenic communication disorders and other clinical subjects. Jytte’s research is centrered around aphasia and interaction, e.g. communication partner training of health professionals, outcome evaluation of aphasia therapy, and involvement of people with aphasia in research. Jytte is a part of the international research group Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists, where she serves in the executive committee and as chair of the working group Societal Impact and Reintegration.
June 22 – June 24
Philadelphia, PA | Hybrid
The International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference (IARC) brings together a global community of clinicians, researchers, academicians, and students dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with aphasia and their families. International leaders in aphasia research and service delivery will be providing keynote events throughout the conference. The single-track format of IARC 2022 allows for a wide range of presentations and content, but still maintains the intimacy of a small-scale conference event. The difference this year is that we will be providing robust opportunities for synchronous, asynchronous, virtual, in-person, and hybrid interactions through the conference period for presenters and attendees alike.
Keep an eye out for more information.
Note: For details about Aphasia Access’ cancellation policy, which includes details about what happens if you need to cancel your registration, along with the unlikely event that we need to cancel an event, please visit www.AphasiaAccess.org/cancellation. The same page also shares details on how to contact us with any concerns you might have related to an event (or anything else for that matter).
Virtual Brag & Steal: Creative Expression
Tuesday, August 16 | 3:00 PM ET | Members Only
Submissions from our previous Brag & Steal – included below – have inspired the Resource Exchange Working Group to invite colleagues and students to share work related to Creative Expression. Keep an eye out for a call for proposals!
Poetry is Chocolate: Experiences of Poets With Brain Injuries and Aphasia
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
PWA – Poets With Aphasia
Dana Berkowitz & Grace Gahan