Visitors Day - half day

Location: London

Speakers: Connect therapy team

Date: 20 October 2003 for 1 day

Course reference number: G2
Cost: £15

About the course

The half day session will include a tour of our London centre and discussion time with one of our therapists. Our programme is flexible as it is dependant on activities scheduled for the day. There may be the opportunity to participate in a group session, watch videos or discuss particular issues (e.g. counselling)

Who is the course for?

Speech and language therapists, assistants and volunteers working with people with aphasia in any setting, other health care professionals, potential speech and language therapy students, other interested people and visitors from abroad.

What will you get from attending the course?

By the end of the morning participants will have:

Increased understanding of the long-term impact of aphasia

An understanding of theoretical frameworks for delivering responsive therapy and support for people affected by aphasia and communication disability

Practical ideas for extending the range of interventions on offer to people living with aphasia and communication disability

Access to current literature, resources and ideas to support the development of new ways of working.

Other information

Times: 10.00am - 12.30pm

Tea and coffee provided.

 

About the speakers and facilitators
We have a skilled team of researchers, practitioners and people living with stroke and aphasia who contribute to Connect training events. In addition we draw on the experiences and expertise of other practitioners who know what it takes to bring about practical change for complex issues. To find out more about the speakers click here.

How to apply for training events
To find out more about the individual courses and conferences click on the links in this section or contact Carole Cross.

Application form
To book on any of the courses, please click here for an application form.