stroke luncheon flyer.pdf
Director, Strategic Health Alliances
American Heart Association
20 Speen Street
Framingham, MA 01701
LEARN AND LIVE
February is American Heart Month! Go Red!
Monday, April 16, 2007
stroke luncheon flyer.pdf
Posted by iRDMuni at 4:21 PM
The Board of Directors of The Aphasia Center of Innovative Treatment is pleased to announce the winner of its Young Person with Aphasia Scholarship award for 2006. She is Shiloh Hendricks of Columbus, GA. Shiloh attended 3 days of intensive aphasia therapy in Pittsburgh provided by Bill Connors and Heather Mackey, a graduate student in Speech/Language Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh . Shiloh also attended the monthly meeting of the Aphasia Support Group of Western PA and several small, self-help group sessions with other patients. She will receive additional intensive aphasia therapy sessions as well as ongoing assistance including caregiver training and therapy materials this year. Shiloh’s thoughts about her experience will be available at www.aphasiatoolbox.com. Information concerning the 2007 scholarship will be available in May of 2007. To register to receive information concerning the 2007 scholarship, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and request '2007 scholarship information'.
Posted by iRDMuni at 1:38 PM
Sunday, April 15, 2007
What is a Support Group?
Support groups are a way to meet other stroke survivors or caregivers who understand what you are going through. They can provide support, help you problem solve, learn about stroke and recovery issues, help you find local resources, or just have fun. Groups can meet monthly, bi-monthly, or weekly and at different times of the day. Sometimes you may need to visit several groups in order to find one that is right for you.
Find A Support Group
If you are looking for a stroke group in your area, search the Stroke Group Registry by entering either a ZIP code and choosing a mileage radius, or entering a state, to find a group near you.
Posted by iRDMuni at 6:53 PM
Saturday, April 7, 2007
Our goal is to respond to what you want... to help you get on with your life.
Who Can Join the Adler Aphasia Center
We welcome people with Aphasia, their caregivers, family and friends. You will find support, caring and encouragement at the center as well as meaningful programs and activities.
The center provides volunteer opportunities and invites you to call about ways to get involved.
How can I find out more about the Adler Aphasia Center?
You can visit or contact us at the center.
For People with Aphasia:
Shirley Morganstein and Marilyn Certner Smith have been collaborators in aphasia therapy since the 1970's, when they met while working at Rusk Institute for Rehabilitation in New York. They are fully certified speech-language pathologists, licensed in New Jersey, and New York. Their offices in Montclair, New Jersey provide a comfortable place for people with aphasia to begin or continue their journey into life participation.