Just a reminder…aphasia exercise is starting up. You can join in at any time. No charge!
So what happens when a few people from the Chippewa Valley Aphasia Group are down in Arizona? Well – they help each other out with transportation, stop by and visit, and have a nice glass of wine! And…they send pictures of beautiful, warm, sunny skies to those of us back in Wisconsin! Cheers to all of our group members near and far.
The Chippewa Valley Aphasia Group is proud to collaborate with Mayo Clinic Health Systems – Eau Claire, University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire Communication Sciences & Disorders department, University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire College of Education & Health Sciences for the Chippewa Valley Aphasia Camp!
The 14th annual Chippewa Valley Aphasia Camp takes place on September 15th – 17th, 2017!!!! See images below of the brochure and registration form. To register electronically, follow this link:
Aphasia Camp Registration
Contact Mary Beth Clark at Mayo Clinic Health System Rehabilitation Services at
(715) 838-1725 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or for a brochure.
Also check out the Camp Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/aphasiacamp/
The National Aphasia Association has a list of “aphasia hacks” that they have started on their website!
What are “aphasia hacks”? They describe it like this….”They’re the tricks that you have up your sleeve to communicate.” Some examples include: carrying a card in your wallet to explain what aphasia is or using a notebook to write things down.
Do you have any strategies that help you communicate in your daily life? If so, click here National Aphasia Association to go to their website and add your input!
Spare Parts Worksheets to inspire!
Page 31 to page 112 :
What are the two magnet programs at Carl Hayden High School?
-Marine Science and Computer Science
-Shakespeare and Marketing
-History of the American revolution and Spanish American History
The most recent member of the list of people acting as student volunteers
for the Chippewa Valley aphasia group is Sam Furman. A Winneconnee native,
she has three children. Alyssa 19, Corrina 17, and Ryan 14. They make
their home in an apartment building in Chippewa Falls.
Sam has her bachelors degree from UW Stevens Point, and is on schedule to
earn her parchment from UWEC’s master’s program in the spring of ’17.
Her hobbies include reading cooking, and sewing. The last of which has
gotten her involved in costuming. That activity has gotten her into events
of that nature in Madison and Milwaukee.
She also has traveled to Italy.
She is a fun and enthusiastic addition to group.
Written by Rob Gaulke