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ARC APHASIA RECOVERY CONNECTION: Our mission is to end the isolation of with support on Facebook, Virtual Meetings, and awareness efforts. 501(c)3
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ARC AphasiaRecovery 6h
‼️We hit a milestone! We have reached 1,000 people from over 30 countries with Virtual Connections for Aphasia! Join us!
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ProjectBRIDGE Aug 4
It's here! The PCORI Virtual Annual Meeting is coming September 16-17. Registration is free and the conference is open to all stakeholders - including patient partners! See you there!
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Dr. Nidhi Mahendra 15h
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ARC AphasiaRecovery 23h
PCORI and Project Bridge ensures there is ”Nothing about us without us.”
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ARC AphasiaRecovery 24h
What does LPAA mean to me? "Participation. But not just being in the same room. Life. By engaging in things I enjoy. Sometimes, I may be included - but I still feel excluded and feel invisible." - a person with aphasia Lesson: We need to put supports in place!
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Pitt Language Rehab and Cognition Lab Jul 3
has helped us bring on 3 stroke survivors with aphasia to serve as community co-designer partners: Dee Brown, Trish Hambridge (), and Jill Ventrice! They will help make sure our games address real-world needs and community priorities.
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Aug 3
New Collaborative Research on Aphasia Games for Health - Project Bridge
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Aug 3
📣 F R E E! # LPAA chat from - don't miss. Pls share!
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Aug 2
Benefits of ARC membership on Facebook? Bingo! Virtual Connections Sessions! And connecting with 10k members!
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Aug 2
While businesses and medical services tend to know they "should" be ADA compliant, there seems to be a gap in understanding what that really means for patients with . Please share your resources or guidelines - this has to change!
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Dr. Mike Dow Jul 31
The paradox of self-care is that the harder it feels, the more you need it.
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Aug 1
Agreed! People with appreciate visual supports and strategies to understand their medical care.
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Jul 31
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Jul 31
👍🏻 Great tips from the NAA:
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Jul 30
may be invisible but it is very real as it impacts communication - key to patient safety and care. 🏥
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Jul 30
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Dr. Mike Dow Jul 30
Optimism is simply asking yourself: “What’s right?” What you look for, you’ll find.
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Jul 30
Thursday. Dinner with stakeholders at in FL w , care partners, people with aphasia, researchers, clinicians. "Nothing About Us - Without Us."
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ARC AphasiaRecovery Jul 30
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Eve Higby Jul 28
One of my students is recruiting Spanish-English bilinguals with aphasia for an intensive treatment study. The study will be conducted online. Participants will get 8 weeks of free intensive language therapy and a small gift card. Contact Kana at klopez77@horizon.csueastbay.edu.
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