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Aphasia Awareness Month – Aphasia Institute

Aphasia Awareness Month has a special meaning for us this year. We are thrilled to announce that the Aphasia Institute has recently received annual funding from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Ontario Health that enables us to continue providing selected free training, resources, and support across the province – with many other resources and tools freely available nationally and internationally. More information about how to register for these training spots will be available in the coming weeks.

In addition, in Ontario, the new Home and Community Care Services Regulation (under the Connecting Care Act, 2019) came into effect on May 1, 2022 and for the first time, aphasia and communication disorders are explicitly mentioned in the section related to awareness, education and prevention.

Please help us spread aphasia awareness by sharing the following three FREE resources that have already been widely accessed provincially, nationally and internationally

1.    A short (2 minute) powerful awareness video

2. A short (15 minute) practical video for families of people with aphasia with basic tips related to supporting conversation

3. A one-hour SCA™ eLearning Modulefor health care providers that includes certificates of completion

"My experience with the SCATM training has been an amazing experience in both skill building and knowledge and understanding of persons who are affected by Aphasia – The teaching team at AI are excellent examples of professionals and compassionate teachers. Highly recommend this training."
- Lorraine Pyle, CCSH Belleville, ON
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