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Helping People Tell Richer Stories Using the Words They Want to Use: Language Underpins Narrative in Aphasia (LUNA)

  • 15 Oct 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online


Course Description

Rehabilitation needs to address outcomes that are meaningful for people with aphasia, specifically everyday talking. This webinar will explore Language Underpins Narrative in Aphasia (LUNA), a novel discourse treatment that targets personal narratives, integrating word, sentence, and discourse treatments in a theoretically sound and person-centred way.


This webinar is offered for 0.1 CEUs (Various level; Professional area)

Meet the Presenter: Madeline Cruice, Ph.D.

Madeline Cruice is a speech pathologist and Associate Professor at City, University of London, with 20 years of experience in aphasia education, research and service. Her key focus is improving quality of life for people with aphasia: clinical interests in language treatment, technology-enhanced treatment, and digital participation; and research interests in applying quality of life measures in clinical practice and goal-setting.

Course Content: This presentation will focus exclusively on LUNA and will not include information on other discourse treatments.

Disclosures:

Financial: Madeline Cruice is employed by City, University of London and receives a salary. She also received a grant from The Stroke Association, UK for LUNA. Madeline will receive an honorarium for this webinar presentation.

Non-Financial: Madeline Cruice is a member of the Aphasia Advisory Committee and is also Lead for Working Group 5 of the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists.

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