With support from the Ontario Ministry of Health and
Long-Term Care, the Aphasia Institute is now able to provide a number of its
internationally recognized resources and training at no cost to healthcare
providers and institutions.
Introduction to Supported Conversation for Adults
with Aphasia (SCA™) eLearning:
short self-paced online module. It includes practical and video examples of
concrete techniques using the evidence-based method called Supported
Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (SCA
TM). This module is a
prerequisite for other Aphasia Institute trainings.
searchable database of pictographic images designed to facilitate
Communicative Access Measures for Stroke (CAMS): An
on-line Quality Improvement tool for stroke services and/or organizations to
help evaluate communicative access for your patients.
addition, if you live in Ontario, the following resources are free:
What is Aphasia?: A
resource booklet for your patients providing information about aphasia in a
spots for healthcare providers available at the Aphasia Institute or request
training for your site.
Working Together Series:
Thematic pictographic resources for important healthcare
Gift of Conversation Package:
A variety of resources from the Aphasia Institute designed specifically for
To access these free tools and resources, visit aphasia.ca/giftofconversation.
For more information about training or to book your training
spot, contact our Education and Learning coordinator, Marisca Baldwin, at
For any other inquiries, contact the Aphasia Institute Team