We are excited to announce that the British Aphasiology Society Clinical Symposium 2019 will be held at the University of East Anglia (UEA) on 9 and 10 September.
The Clinical Symposium will be hosted by UEA’s School of Health Sciences, in partnership with Speech and Language Therapy clinical colleagues. The Symposium will celebrate the importance of all those who work with people with aphasia and develop and strengthen connections between these groups. The Symposium theme, ‘Connections: research to rehabilitation’ reflects this.
Through sharing and discussing research, experience, skills and ideas relating to aphasia, we hope to make connections between theory and practice; the stroke pathway; resources; people and communities and neural networks.
The organising committee includes Speech and Language Therapists working across the stroke pathway, in higher education and aphasia research and the audience will include clinicians, students, researchers and clinical-academics.
We are delighted to welcome our keynote speakers who span academic and clinical interests.
You must be a member of the British Aphasiology Society to attend. Memberships will be checked prior to the event. You can register and purchase new membership here. Alternatively, if you are an existing member that has not yet renewed please do so here.
For more information on cost visit: registration and conference fees.
If you have any queries or questions, contact Dr. Ciara Shiggins at BAS.2019@UEA.ac.uk.
This event is kindly supported by The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia.