The Program Break will be from March 13th until March 24th.
After leading the Aphasia Institute since 1987, Dr. Aura Kagan will be stepping down as Executive Director and transitioning to a new role as Executive Advisor, Strategy, Applied Research and Education as of April 1, 2023. We are pleased to announce that the current Director, Clinical Services and National/ Provincial Education Lead, Natalie Gierman MHSc. PMP, has been appointed to the Executive Director role.
Have an opportunity on on November 15 to give input on future programming, and hear an update of what is happening at the Aphasia Institute. For registered members and family members/friends only. RSVP to Clare Thompson at 416-226-3636 x 110 and Zoom details. Click here to see the aphasia-friendly flyer.
On National Truth and Reconciliation Day, we want to acknowledge that Indigenous people have a deep spiritual connection to the land. We, the Aphasia Institute, acknowledge that the land (Toronto) we are meeting on is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaune and the
We will be getting together for our very first in-person outing since COVID! Registered members of the Aphasia Institute are invited to the Canadian Opera Company Free Concert Series featuring Indigenous Liberations.
The Aphasia Institute offers training sessions that teach health care professionals how to work with clients with aphasia to ensure communicative access to healthcare services.
An online series distinguished by its focus on aphasia and real-life participation. The webinars provide an opportunity for practicing clinicians to hear from a prestigious group of international aphasia researchers.
We are thrilled to announce that in 2022, we have 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
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