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Emma Richards
Proud speechie, aphasia geek, mum of 3, choir addict, Cornish maid and working on the Stroke Pathway development group in . She/her
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Emma Richards 3h
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Emma Richards 3h
do you need help at the group once Sophie has finished?
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Emma Richards Nov 22
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Delia Cai Nov 22
another day of staring at the big screen while scrolling through my little screen so as to reward myself for staring at the medium screen all week
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Emma Richards Nov 22
Replying to @DrDavidWarriner
I had a gynaecologist called Mr Savage 😬
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Emma Richards Nov 22
Replying to @sallymcvicker
Can anyone join this?
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Emma Richards Nov 22
Replying to @carlystroke
No problem. The people with aphasia talking at the beginning were amazing too weren’t they. Your mum might want to join the next one!
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Emma Richards Nov 21
Replying to @loneill_slt
If you are inspired to start an aphasia choir then drop me a line or look at where we have written some tips for getting started
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Emma Richards Nov 21
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Emma Richards Nov 21
This is such an amazing film about and a collaboration of choirs from around the world led by and including our very own .So proud to be a part of it.
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Emma Richards Nov 21
Amazing news. Congratulations 🥳
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Emma Richards Nov 20
Replying to @karenphysiocouk
Yay! Hope they can make some progress
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Emma Richards Nov 19
Well done cuz!
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South Glos Aphasia Choir Nov 19
We are thrilled to announce that the foundation along with will be continuing to support our choir and helping to form a second one in the new year 🎶💕
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Sirona care & health Nov 19
Today we are celebrating 🎉 our Occupational Therapists in South Gloucestershire have helped 200 people leave hospital safely and continue their rehab at home during the coronavirus pandemic 🏥
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Emma Richards Nov 18
We did this as part of an online conversation group for people with aphasia. They drew/wrote these and brought to share with the group
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Emma Richards Nov 18
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Emma Richards Nov 18
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