Triangle Aphasia Project Unlimited is committed to offering services at reasonable costs and has program options for those who need financial assistance. The project operates by the generous financial contributions of our friends, families, and the community, as well as through reasonable service fees for the programs offered.
Sunday, April 25, 3:00pm – 4:30pm
LTSA teaches the family and friends of people who have aphasia and help to improve their communication skills. These skills are important to maintain connection and engage successfully with people who have aphasia. You will learn helpful ways to speak to people with aphasia and assist them in communicating back. This training is appropriate for all family members, friends and providers.
A limited number of household spots are available.
Due to COVID-19, traditional TAP services are now virtual. Updates on transitions and phasing will be posted here and on our Facebook page. Stay safe and healthy.
There are so many people that do not know what Aphasia is. Help us inform more people and help lives.
Honored to be a part of this awesome panel during the Leadership Summit of Aphasia Access!In anticipation of our virtual 2021 Leadership Summit, we are excited to announce the featured talks we have lined up! On Friday, April 9th, 11:30am-12:30pm, the featured talk "Unpacking Aphasia Groups: A Panel Conversation Part 2" will be presented by Jerry Kaplan, MA, CCC-SLP; Esther Kim, PhD, R.SLP, CCC-SLP; Maura English Silverman, MS, CCC-SLP; and Rochelle Cohen-Schneider, M.Ed reg CASLPO.
You can join us by registering at www.aphasiaaccess.org/summit/
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