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Dr. Katie Strong
Faculty at Central Michigan University. Aphasia researcher interested in narratives, well-being, and LPAA. Training the next generation of practitioners.
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Dr. Katie Strong 6h
Replying to @AphasiaAccess @eskim8
Esther is passionate about a LOT when it comes to ! Join both & me with a donation to support the outreach & training planned for 2021. With your help, life participation will skyrocket ⬆️ the individuals & families served by Aphasia Access professionals.
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Dr. Katie Strong 6h
1 reason I’m so passionate about is the way it has developed into a beautiful community of people interested in promoting a better life with . But I’m really here to share this video message from member
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 25
Thanks for hosting such a lovely event. It was great to connect.
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 25
Replying to @ARCaphasia
We are so glad you could join us! ❤ An inspiring book. Great to get people with aphasia reading again and gaining confidence in their communication skills.
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 25
👇👇👇 This. Right here. 👇👇👇Our behavior matters as clinicians. Fabulous work 👏👏👏
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 25
Replying to @flissbright
Fabulous! Can't wait to read this. Such important work, Felicity. Our Behavior Matters!
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 24
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 23
Replying to @KateSwinburn
Can supervised students help? So difficult to find ways to gain assessment experience w pandemic and social distancing.
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Jen Heemstra Nov 21
Something I am constantly reminding myself: On those days in the future when I reflect on the time that we're in now, rarely will I regret having chosen compassion over rigor.
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 19
Here at SIG2 Signature Series listening to Dr. Davetrina Seles Gadson, CCC-SLP who is laying it out for to step up our game to expand our cultural competency in supporting stroke recovery 2 in African Americans. Fabulous talk w action for all to take.
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 18
Thanks . Transformative work for the storyteller with and for the who partner with the storytellers. Hoping we can get more clinicians on board with this important work.
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 18
❤ An honor to do this work. Thanks to for the invitation.
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 18
Thanks for sharing. Look forward to reading.
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 17
Yes. Growth mindset. Journaling. Reflection. Accepting feedback both constructive and praise. Treating ourselves as kindly as we treat others.
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 14
Yes!
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 12
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 12
♥️🤣 And all done with a mask on. So relatable!
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 11
Replying to @jenheemstra
Amen
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 7
Great question. any ideas?
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Dr. Katie Strong Nov 6
What a great topic! Way to go
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