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Online Options – Aphasia Institute
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FREE: Introduction to SCA™ eLearning Module
An overview of the basic concepts of SCA™. Participants will develop an understanding of aphasia and how it affects communication and learn techniques to decrease language barriers and improve access to healthcare for individuals with aphasia.

Course Title: Introduction to SCA eLearning Module
Course Code: A1
This webinar is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (Introductory level; Professional area)

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Course Description

This module provides an overview of the basic concepts of Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (SCA™). Participants will develop an understanding of aphasia and how it affects communication and learn techniques to decrease language barriers and improve access to healthcare for individuals with aphasia.

Elyse Shumway and Judy Hain-Cohen are employed by the Aphasia Institute.
Financial: Elyse and Judy receive compensation for teaching and for acting in the case study simulations
Non-Financial: Elyse and Judy have nothing to disclose

Christine Patten is a member/client of the Aphasia Institute.
Financial: Christine has nothing to disclose
Non-Financial: Christine receives services from the Aphasia Institute. She is not receiving compensation for acting in the case study simulations

Course Content Disclosure: This module will focus on the methodology of Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (SCA) and will not provide information on other communication methodologies

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

Overview about Communicative Access and SCATM

"The value of formal SCATM training has been immense for me – both in practical applications and in “grand ideas” for the future. It has really re-focused my [Speech-Language Pathology] SLP practice on the practical outcome of increasing life participation and independence/autonomy in future conversations. "
- Anonymous
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