Whether you're living with aphasia, or are a carer or a loved one of a person living with aphasia, there are a number of organisations that can provide you with additional information and support.

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Aphasia CRE Seminar Series

  • Seminar Series Introduction - by Miranda Rose, Centre Director (Watch this first)
  • Seminar # 1 - Technology Solutions to Healthcare Communication. Presented by Prof Leanne Togher, CI.
  • Seminar # 2 -  Improving the Quality of Life in Aphasia. The effectiveness of the biographical narrative approach in different settings. Presented by Prof Sabine Corsten. Catholic University of Applied Sciences, Mainz, Germany.
  • Seminar # 3 - Who benefits, and why? Person specific and practice-related predictors of naming treatment response in aphasia. Presented by Ass Prof Mike Dickey, Department of Communication Science and Disorders. University of Pittsburgh, USA.
Upcoming Seminars
  • Seminar # 4 - Wednesday 30 October 2019 3.30 - 4.30pm (AEST) Book now
    Sexuality and intimacy after stroke: is it really any of our business?
    Presentation by Prof Emma Power. University of Technology Sydney, Graduate School of Health on behalf of the Sydney Sexuality Group.

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