Date(s) - 13/06/2018 - 15/06/2018
The SCA™ method has been developed by the Aphasia Institute (Toronto, Canada) to support the participation of people with aphasia in discussions. The core of SCA is to reveal and acknowledge the competence of people with communication barriers like aphasia. It ensures the accurate exchange of information, opinions and feelings.
The SCA™ workshop is organized for the first time in Nordic countries. The trainers come from the Aphasia Institute. After completing the workshop, SLPs will receive a Certificate of Attendance and be permitted to run “Introduction to SCA™” workshops for interprofessional healthcare teams. The workshop is aimed for Nordic speech and language therapists. The workshop is held in English but conversation practice with clients is in Finnish or Swedish.
Time Wed 13.6- Fri 15.6.2018
Place Validia Kuntoutus Helsinki
Nordenskiöldinkatu 18 B, 00250 Helsinki
Trainers Lee-Ann Kant (M.Sc., S-LP(C), Reg. CASLPO)
Robbyn Draimin (M.CI.Sc., M.Sc., Reg. CASLPO)
Organizer Validia Kuntoutus Helsinki
Targetgroup Speech and language therapist
Registeration fee 1500€
Including workshop materials and lunch+ coffee (in every workshop day). Materials are given in workshops.
Registeration Registeration is send by email: firstname.lastname@example.org and it is binding. Last day for registeration is 31.3.2018. Submit in registeration your address for payment and if you have a speciel diet. You will receive confirmation of registeration by email. Space is limited (max.22 participant). Workshop will be cancelled if there is less than 18 registerations.
Payment Payment will be charge 60 days prior to workshop. More exact date will be in invoice.
Cancellation Registeration is binding. Refund of fee only in case of illness (medical certificate needed). Participants place in workshop can be replace with another participant without extra fee.
More about trainers:
Lee-Ann is a Speech-Language Pathologist working in private practice in Durham region. She works with adults with acquired brain injury, dysphagia and voice disorders. She has worked in a variety of hospital settings including adult inpatient/outpatient rehabilitation and continuing care. She has been a strong supporter of community-based stroke services. Currently, she was recently involved in the Senior’s Health Research Transfer Network (SHRTN) Community of Practice for Communicative Access and Aphasia, and does research for the Aphasia Institute.
Robbyn is a Speech-Language Pathologist and member of the clinical team at the Aphasia Institute. She conducts conversational assessments according to the Life Participation Model and trains volunteers in Supported conversation for Adults with Aphasia (SCA™). Robbyn facilitates groups for members with aphasia. She also works with stroke patients in a rehab setting.