The Adler Aphasia Center runs educational programs for people with Aphasia, caregivers/family members, healthcare professionals, students, community organizations, and businesses.
An important aspect of our programs is that our members, people with Aphasia, share their experiences and expertise in these education and outreach sessions. The first-person perspective offers a unique insight into living with a communication disorder. Topics include:
- Aphasia awareness and sensitivity
- "Aphasia 101" - basic information about Aphasia
- Communication tips and strategies
- Supported communication skills practice
- Information about the Center
- And more...
- Lunch-and-Learn style talks
- Panel presentations
- Guest lectures
- On-site training, conducted at the Adler Aphasia Center
- Off-site training, conducted at various community locations
It takes something mysterious and straightens it out for you.
- Spouse of a person with Aphasia after participating in our week-long Aphasia Education Program
I think we doctors considered stroke as an irreversible condition and didn't pay much attention to patients with Aphasia. I learned today how important it is to take care of these patients.
- Medical resident who participated in an on-site training for healthcare professionals
This was a great program as I was able to see firsthand the impact of Aphasia on great people who are the same as all of us.Contact us to find out more about our programs or to schedule a session for your business or organization. We have provided educational programs for both local (e.g., Maywood Police Department) and national (e.g., National Aphasia Association Speaking Out! Conference) audiences. We have also developed customized programs for organizations, schools, and businesses, including:
- Aphasia 101 Lunch 'n' Learn program participant
- Aphasia Network of New Jersey
- Bergen Community College
- Bergen County Law and Public Safety Institute
- Care One Valley Health Care Center
- Care One at Wellington
- Care Plus
- Englewood Hospital and Medical Center
- Teachers College, Columbia University
- Hackensack University Medical Center
- Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation
- Lincoln Technical Institute
- Morris County (NJ) speech-language pathologists
- Ramapo College
- Rotary Club
- Seton Hall University
- Speech and Hearing Association of Virginia
- UMDNJ Medical School
- Whole Foods
Contact us today to add your business or organization to this growing list and help us get the word out about Aphasia!