We host a variety of events, from lectures to workshops. They are open to all and free! Join our dialogues about discourse.
Don’t forget to log your own hours for Certification Maintenance Hours (CMHs). We are also very happy to provide a letter confirming attendance at any of our virtual events. Details are provided by the host at each event.
For past events, please scroll down or see our YouTube Channel
Dr. Yina Quique (Postdoctoral Fellow, Northwestern University)
March 3, 2022 12-1PM ET -- Zoom Link
Core Lexicon Analysis Workshop
Dr. Hana Kim (Postdoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University) & Dr. Stephen Kintz (Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas, Little Rock)
Part I: April 21, 2022 3-4PM ET -- Zoom Link
Part II: April 28, 2022 3-4 PM ET -- Zoom Link
Facilitating Group Discourse in Aphasia
Spontaneous Speech Production as a Predictive Marker of Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer's and other Dementias
Designing the Collaborative Referencing Intervention: Theoretical framework, Clinical outcomes and Research considerations
Determining the intra-rater, inter-rater, and test-retest reliability of two discourse measures in the spoken personal narratives of people with aphasia
Situated Discourse Analysis Workshop
Hosted by Julie Hengst, PhD, Associate Professor Emerita of Speech and Hearing Science at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Part I, Understanding every day communicative interactions, Recorded Lecture, Materials for workshop
Part II, Designing rich communicative environments in support of therapeutic goals, Recorded Lecture, Materials for Workshop
Main Concept Analysis Workshop
Hosted by Sarah Grace Dalton, PhD, Marquette University, and Jessica Richardson, PhD, University of New Mexico
“Defining real-world communication for aphasia rehabilitation”
“Introducing and exploring the possibilities of RHDBank (Right hemisphere disorder)”
“Factor analysis of spontaneous speech in aphasia”
"Narrative Production Characteristics in Bengali-English Bilinguals with Post-stroke Aphasia and Alzheimer’s Disease"
“The relationship between executive functioning, spoken discourse, and life participation in aphasia”
“Quantitative Assessment of Meaningful Speech Production in Primary Progressive Aphasia”
Given by Dr. Elise Elbourn, please email her for video link
“Conducting a Virtual Study with Special Considerations for Working with Persons with Aphasia”