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Community Hub – Aphasia Institute

Welcome to the Aphasia Institute Community Hub

Become a part of a growing community of providers working with people with aphasia.

Community Hub is a network for health care providers and other professionals, a place for exchanging ideas and experiences, and a platform for sharing and receiving helpful resources.

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What is the Community Hub?

Community Hub is online platform that enables users to:

  • Complete the Introduction to SCA™ eLearning – a free, short, online course, and a prerequisite to other training within the Aphasia Institute
  • Join FREE online webinars – on topics around aphasia
  • Access, collect, and share resources – such as tools, articles, books, and more
  • Store resources in a personal library – organized like a real-life binder
  • Join discussion forums – with members of the Aphasia community
  • Connect with providers from across the world

Sign up for free and discover a world of connection with the aphasia community!

What’s New?

The Introduction to Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (SCA™) eLearning is a short self-paced online module. 

The techniques demonstrated in this module can enable critical healthcare conversations for patients who know more than they can say. The module includes practical and video examples of concrete techniques based on the evidence-based method called Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (SCA™).

With support from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, the Aphasia Institute is able to provide this eLearning module at no cost to healthcare providers and institutions.

Looking to receive continuing education units (CEUs) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) for the completion of the eLearning? Click below!

$10.00CAD Administrative Fee

After registering for Aphasia Institute Speaker Series Bundle webinars, gain access to a group where you can save resources, view webinar information, announcements, and gain a chance to connect with other professionals working with people with aphasia

Contact us for the opportunity to host a group for your organization’s members on Community Hub! Contact rrawdat@aphasia.ca

Thank You

The Aphasia Institute thanks the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care for their major support and the Lampe Family. Without them, the Community Hub would not be possible.

"Volunteering at the Aphasia Institute has been an amazing experience. It’s such a great feeling to help someone express themselves, or help someone understand another’s message. It can be challenging sometimes, but that just makes the moment a connection goes through that much more special. More than anything, I really appreciate the strong sense of community that the Aphasia Institute creates and being a part of that community."
- Vidya David, Volunteer
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