Courses and study days for other health and social care workers

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Working with people with aphasia
- a 5 day course for volunteers and assistants

Connect Therapy Team
9 September 2002
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Listening to Service Users: Using Personal Accounts to Develop, Deliver and Evaluate Services
Carole Pound, Susie Parr, Sam Simpson
25 September 2002
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Working with People with Severe Aphasia
Jayne Lindsay, Sally McVicker
8 October 2002
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Working with Groups
Tom Penman
2 days: 4 November 2002 and 5 November 2002
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Working with Relatives of People with Aphasia
Gwen Knight
27 November 2002
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Training the Trainers: Developing Conversation Partners Skills in Others
Carole Pound and Jayne Lindsay
2 days: 9 December 2002 and 10 December 2002
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Making Interactions and Environments Accessible to Service Users
Connect Therapy Team
2 days: 21 January 2003 and 22 January 2003
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Counsellling People with Aphasia
Gwen Knight, Sue Boazman
6 February 2003
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Involving Service Users in Decisions: Power and Partnerships
Sally Byng, Alan Hewitt
2 days: 10 February 2003 and 11 February 2003
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Working with People with Aphasia - a 5 day course for volunteers and assistants
Connect Therapy Team
24 March 2003
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Involvement & Inclusion: A Conference for Stroke Service Providers - BRISTOL

9 April 2003
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Making Interactions and Environments Accessible to Service Users
Connect Therapy Team
2 days: 2 June 2003 and 3 June 2003
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Courses hotline 020 7367 0863
Fax 020 7367 0841
Email [email protected]

For specific enquiries
If you have any questions about education and training events please contact Carole Pound or Hetty Webber.

For more info about the research seminars contact Sally Byng.

For more info about the London Centre contact Tom Penman