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8:15-9:15amInvited PresentationThe Seven Habits of Highly Effective Aphasia TherapistsLinda Worrall, Ph.D. Professor Emerita Linda Worrall, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, The University of Queensland.Professor Emerita Worrall, Seven Habits of Highly Effective Aphasia Therapists. Disclosure: Financial — Author for Plural and Thieme Publishers and receives royalty payments. This presentation was prepared for the International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference and Prof Worrall revived travel expenses to attend the conference. The video was prepared by the Marketing and Communications Office of The University of Queensland. Nonfinancial — Chair, Board of directors: Australian Aphasia Association . Receives no compensation as Chair of board of directors.Leora R. Cherney, PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDSColeman Foundation ChairLeora Cherney, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCSD. Disclosure: Financial – Receives salary from the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab; Receives reduced registration fee from AphasiaAccess. Disclosure: Nonfinancial – None
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Scientific Chair - Think & Speak Lab
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Director, Center for Aphasia Research & Treatment
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, Chicago, IL
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Professor: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
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Professor: Communication Sciences & Disorders
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Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
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9:30-10:30amInvited PresentationFrom Participants to Participation in Aphasia ResearchLeora R. Cherney, PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDSColeman Foundation ChairLeora Cherney, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCSD. Disclosure: Financial – Receives salary from the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab; Receives reduced registration fee from AphasiaAccess. Disclosure: Nonfinancial – NoneJackie Hinckley, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDSBoard Certified - Neurogenic Communication Disorders (ANCDS), Associate Professor,, Executive Director Emeritus, Voices of Hope for AphasiaDr. Hinckley, Associate Professor, employed by Nova Southeastern University. Disclosure: Financial — Co-PI on PCORI-funded project through August 2019 with some effort compensated; Receives royalties from courses at Northern Speech Services and MedBridge; receiving partial registration discount from AphasiaAccess for this presentation. Nonfinancial — Executive Director Emeritus, Voices of Hope for Aphasia; Advisory Council, National Aphasia Asssociation - no compensation received for either position.Lisa Stewart, MALisa Stewart, MA, is a Senior Engagement Officer at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). She acts as a liaison between the Engagement and Science programs, helping to manage the organization’s research portfolio and supporting the engagement of patient and other stakeholders throughout the course of research studies.Lisa Stewart, employed by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute,  has no relevant financial or nonfinancial relationships to disclose.
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Scientific Chair - Think & Speak Lab
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Director, Center for Aphasia Research & Treatment
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, Chicago, IL
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Professor: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
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Professor: Communication Sciences & Disorders
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Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
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10:30-11:45amPosterThe OSU Aphasia InitiativeJennifer M Brello, MEd, CCC-SLPOhio State UniversityJennifer Brello is employed by the Ohio State University.  Disclosure:  Financial — None.  Nonfinancial — None.Arin Sheeler, MA, CCC-SLPOhio State UniveristyArin Sheeler is employed by the Ohio State University. Erin Stefancin, BAOhio State UniveristyErin Stefancin is employed by the Ohio State University. 
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PosterForever Friends: Increasing Engagement Between Senior Citizens and University StudentsAlyssa LanziUniversity of South FloridaAlyssa Lanzi, is a student and employee of the University of South Florida. Alyssa has no relevant financial or non financial disclosures.Tatiana HernandezUniversity of South FloridaTatiana Hernandez, is a student at the University of South Florida. Tatiana has no relevant financial or non financial disclosures.Michelle BourgeoisUniversity of South Florida Department of Communication Sciences and DisordersMichelle Bourgeois, is an employee of the University of South Florida. Michelle has no relevant financial or non financial disclosures.
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PosterLevels of Academic and Clinical Training of SLPs in AAC and the Quality of AAC Training Provided to Communication Partners of Individuals with AphasiaBrianne Kosch, M.A., CCC-SLP, ATPLingraphica, Doctoral candidate at Nova Southeastern University (SLP.D)Financial:
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Brianne Kosch is a full-time, salary employee of Lingraphica and thereby receives financial compensation from the Lingraphica Company.
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Brianne Kosch is a doctoral candidate at Nova Southeastern University. The research discussed was conducted to fulfill her dissertation requirements. She does not receive compensation from the University.
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PosterCommunication Journey: Aphasia – An App In PracticeMs Lois Turner, M.S., RSLP, CCC-SLP, ATPCAYA-Communication Assistance for Youth & AdultsFinancial - received support from Saltillo to attend this SummitMs Anne MacCallum, M.Sc., RSLPColumbia Speech & Language ServicesFinancial - received support from Saltillo to attend this Summit
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PosterAphasia Family: Creating a Continuum of Conversation by Those Affected by Aphasia and their StudentsAmy E. Engelhoven, Ph.D., CCC-SLPDirector, Aphasia House, University of Central FloridaDr. Engelhoven,  Aphasia Family: Creating a Continuum of Conversation by Those Affected by Aphasia and their Students, employed by the University of Central Florida. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.Sarah V. Shipman, M.A., CF-SLPUniversity of Central FloridaMs. Shipman,  Aphasia Family: Creating a Continuum of Conversation by Those Affected by Aphasia and their Students, employed by First Words. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.
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PosterThe development of the Life Participation Approach to Aphasia Perception ScaleFatimah Hani HassanOhio University and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Hassan, College of Health Sciences and Professions, a Ph.D. candidate at Ohio University. Disclosure: Financial--Received scholarships from the Malaysia Ministry of Higher Education and University Kebangsaan Malaysia; data collection and conference travel supported by grant funds. Nonfinancial--no relevant relationship to report.
Brooke Hallowell, Ph.D.Springfield CollegeDr. Hallowell, Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies, employed by Springfield College. Disclosure: Financial--travel conference supported by grant funds. Nonfinancial--no relevant relationship to report.
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PosterProviding support to receive support: Participation in Alcoholics AnonymousMary Purdy, Ph.D.Southern Connecticut State UniversityMary Purdy, Providing support to receive support: Participation in Alcoholics Anonymous, employed by Southern Connecticut State University. Disclosure: Financial - none to report. Nonfinancial- none to report.
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PosterTeaching LPAA In The Field : A Curriculum for StudentsRochelle Cohen-SchneiderAphasia InstituteRochelle Cohen-Schneider, Teaching LPAA in the Field : A Curriculum for Students is employed by the Aphasia Institute
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Financial - Rochelle receives a salary from the Aphasia Institute
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PosterAphasia Therapy and the Illness Narrative: Poetry and Art of A Life with Primary Progressive AphasiaMs. Marion Leaman, MS CCC-SLPThe TalkSpot and  LLCMarion Leaman has no financial or non-financial relationships to disclose in association with this proposal.Dr. Vicente J. Caride, M.D.The TalkSpotDr. Vicente Caride has no financial or non-financial disclosures to share in association with this proposal.
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PosterBridging Student Learning and Community Participation in Persons with Neurological InjuryDr. Amy E. Engelhoven, Ph.D., CCC-SLPDirector, Aphasia HouseDr. Engelhoven, Bridging Student Learning and Community Participation in Persons with Neurological Injury, employed by the University of Central Florida. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.Dr. Megan Sherod, Ph.D.University of Central FloridaDr. Sherod, Bridging Student Learning and Community Participation in Persons with Neurological Injury, employed by the University of Central Florida. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.Dr. Janet Whiteside, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, F-ASHAFounder, Aphasia HouseJanet D. Whiteside:  Founder of the Aphasia House, Retired. Disclosure: Financial: none to report
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Non financial: Receives no compensation as a member of the Education and Research Committee for AphasiaAccess
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PosterpARTicipate: Art as Self-Expression for Persons with AphasiaRoujan Khaledan, B.A. LinguisticsAssociation for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured (ARBI)Roujan Khaledan, volunteer, Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured, Student (B.A. University of Calgary; B.A. Athabasca University). Disclosure: Financial-- Received funding by external donor to cover costs of the group. Received no personal compensation. Non-financial-- None to report.Heather A. TomlinsonAssociation for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured (ARBI)Heather Tomlinson, M.Sc. (A), R. SLP, SLP(c), Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured, Registered Speech-Language Pathologist. Disclosures: Financial-- Employed at the Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured. Non-financial-- None to report.
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PosterAphasia Connects:  Engaging Individuals with Aphasia with Community Volunteer Opportunities.Maura SilvermanMaura Silverman, MS, CCC/SLP, employed by Triangle Aphasia Project Unlimited, Kristine Strobbia, MS, CCC/SLPn/a Not presentingCandace Seiber, MA, CCC/SLPTriangle Aphasia Project Unlimitedn/a Not Presenting
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Disclosure: Financial — Registration/fees covered by employer; Nonfinancial — Aphasia Access Committee and Founding Member:  Receives no compensation for service.
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PosterCreating an Aphasia Centre in British Columbia: From Diversity to CollaborationWendy Duke. M.Sc., CCC-SLPColumbia Speech and Language Services, Inc.Wendy Duke, owner/director of Columbia Speech and Language Services, Inc. Eavan Sinden, M.Sc., SLPSchool of Audiology and Speech Sciences, University of British ColumbiaEavan Sinden, employed by the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences, University of British Columbia. Janneke Vissers, B.Sc.Stroke Recovery Association of British ColumbiaJanneke Vissers, employed by March of Dimes Canada and the Stroke Recovery Association of British Columbia. Megan Sutton, MS, CCC-SLPTactus Therapy SolutionsMegan Sutton, co-owner/director of Tactus Therapy Solutions Ltd.Dr. Tami Howe, PhDSchool of Audiology and Speech Sciences, University of British ColumbiaTami Howe, employed by the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences, University of British Columbia. 
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Disclosure: financial - none to report; non-financial - member of the both the Aphasia Subcommittee and the Professional Advisory Committee of the Stroke Recovery Association of BC. Receives no compensation as committee member.Disclosure: financial - none to report; non-financial - chair of the Aphasia Subcommittee, Stroke Recovery Association of BC. Receives no compensation as chair/committee member.Disclosure: financial - receives salary from MODC/SRABC; non-financial - none to report.Disclosure: financial - none to report; non-financial - member of the Aphasia Subcommittee, Stroke Recovery Association of BC. Receives no compensation as a committee member.Disclosure: financial - none to report; non-financial - member of the Aphasia Subcommittee, Stroke Recovery Association of BC. Receives no compensation as a committee member.
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PosterCommunication and Life Participation Outcomes of a Recreational Sailing Program for Adults with AphasiaJoanne P. Lasker, Ph.D., CCC-SLPJoanne P. Lasker, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is employed by Emerson College. Financial Disclosure - Dr. Lasker receives a salary from Emerson College, Boston, MA.  No non-financial relationships to disclose.Catherine DiBonaEmerson CollegeCatherine DiBona is a graduate student at Emerson College, Boston, MA. She has no financial or nonfinancial relationships to disclose.Colleen CallahanEmerson CollegeColleen Callahan is a graduate student at Emerson College, Boston, MA. She has no financial or nonfinancial relationships to disclose.
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PosterA Novel Assessment Tool to Evaluate Mental Fatigue in People with Aphasia and Its Influence on Short-Term Memory FunctionMohammad HaghighiOhio UniversityMohammad Haghighi, Mental Fatigue and Short-Term Memory.Brooke Hallowell, Ph.D.Springfield CollegeBrooke Hallowell, Mental Fatigue and Short-Term Memory.
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Financial: Receives grant funding from Ohio University and through PI, Dr. Brooke Hallowell.Financial: Travel to this conference supported by grant funds.  
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PosterThe Moving Message - LPAA Principles in ActionMs Julie A Hart, MS, CCC-SLPThe College of Saint RoseJulie Hart, The Moving Message - LPAA Principles in Action, employed by The College of Saint Rose. Disclosure: Financial — None to report.  
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Non financial — Director of The Moving Message. Receives no compensation as Director.
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PosterHow can Drawing Help People with Aphasia Communicate?Joanne KinneyGood Shepherd Rehabilitation NetworkJoanne Kinney, Drawing and Aphasia, employed by Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial = none to report.Dr. Sarah Wallace, PhDDuquesne UniversitySarah Wallace, Drawing and Aphasia, employed by Duquesne University. Disclosure: Financial — This project was funded by the Aging Research and Teaching Consortium of which Dr. Wallace is the co-director.  Nonfinancial - Aphasia Access Leadership Summit Co-chair - I am not paid for this position.
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PosterBe Specific! Patient reported outcomes using a client-centered, context-based treatment approachCynthia D Nichols, MS, CCC-SLPLoyola University MarylandCynthia Nichols, employed with Loyola University Maryland.  Disclosure: Financial - none to report; non-financial - none to report.Theresa Alexander, MS, CCC-SLPLoyola University MarylandTheresa Alexander, employed by Loyola University Maryland.  Disclosure: financial - none to report; non-financial - none to report.
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Poster“Shark Tank” ‘Capturing’ New and Meaningful ConversationMelissa Godsey, MS CCC-SLPBrooks Rehabilitation Aphasia CenterMelissa Godsey, M.S., CCC-SLP, “Shark Tank” ‘Capturing’ New and Meaningful Conversation, employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.
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Jodi Morgan, M.A. CCC-SLP ,“Shark Tank” ‘Capturing’ New and Meaningful Conversation, employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.
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PosterThe Art and Science of Training and Supporting Volunteers to deliver programming in a Life Participation Model of Service to Adults with AphasiaShannon HillAphasia InstituteShannon Hill, The Art and Science of Training and Supporting Volunteers to deliver programming in a Life Participation Model of Service to Adults with Aphasia - employed by the Aphasia Institute.  Financial - None to report.  Non-Financial - None to report.Rochelle Cohen-SchneiderAphasia InstituteRochelle Cohen-Schneider, The Art and Science of Training and Supporting Volunteers to deliver programming in a Life Participation Model of Service to Adults with Aphasia, employed by the Aphasia Institute. Financial - none to report. Non-financial - none to report.
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PosterUsing Telepractice to Facilitate Verb Activation in Aphasia RecoveryWilliam Connorsaphasiatoolbox.comFinancial:  William Connors receives a salary from aphasiatoolbox.com where he is an SLP and telepracticecommunity.com  where he is a trainer and business coach.Alexandra Princiotta, M.Saphasiatoolbox.comFinancial:  Alexandra Princiotta receives a salary from aphasiatoolbox.com where she is an SLP
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Non-financial:  Board of directors- Brain Recovery Crew, PIttsburgh PA receives no compensation as a member of the board of directors and Advisory Board- National Aphasia Association receives no compensation as an advisory member.
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PosterDrawing to Communicate: Assessing Component SkillsLorraine SmithUniversity of North Carolina Chapel HillMs. Smith, Drawing to communicate: Assessing component skills, is a graduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Disclosure; financial - none to report, nonfinancial - none to report,Katarina HaleyUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillDr. Haley, Drawing to communicate: Assessing component skills, employed by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Disclosure: Financial — receives royalty payments from Medbridge. Nonfinancial — Board of directors: Aphasia Access. Receives no compensation as member of board of directors.
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PosterCommunication, activity, and life participation in adults with aphasia: Five years of a university-community research partnershipProf. Adam Jacks, PhDUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillAdam Jacks, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, employed by The University of North Carolina at Chapel HillKatarina HaleyUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillKatarina Haley, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, employed by The University of North Carolina at Chapel HillDr Jessica D RichardsonUniversity of New MexicoJessica Richardson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, employed by The University of New MexicoMaura SilvermanTriangle Aphasia Project UnlimitedMaura Silverman, MS, CCC/SLP, employed by Triangle Aphasia Project Unlimited, 
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Financial- Receives salary for employment at UNC.Financial- Receives salary for employment at UNC.Financial- Receives salary for employment at UNMDisclosure: Financial — Registration/fees covered by employer; Nonfinancial — Aphasia Access Committee and Founding Member:  Receives no compensation for service.
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Nonfinancial- Serves as member of board of directors and co-chair of research committee for Triangle Aphasia Project, Unlimited.Nonfinancial- Serves as board member of Aphasia Access and chairs Research and Education committees:  Receives no compensation for service.
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Nonfinancial- Serves as co-chair of research committee for Triangle Aphasia Project, Unlimited.
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PosterThe Accountant: How a DVD changed my SFA approachMegan CaldwellUniversity of WashingtonMegan Caldwell, The Accountant: How a DVD changed my SFA approach,  employed by the University of Washington Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. Ms. Caldwell has no relevant financial or non-financial relationships to disclose.
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PosterThe BUILD study: Brain-based Understanding of Individual Language Differences after strokeElizabeth H. Lacey, PhDGeorgetown University & MedStar National Rehabilitation NetworkElizabeth Lacey has no relevant financial or non-financial relationships to report.Mackenzie E. Fama, Ph.D., CCC-SLPTowson University & MedStar National Rehabilitation NetworkMackenzie Fama is employed by Towson University. Financial disclosures: none to report. Non-financial disclosures: none to report.Candace M. van der Stelt, M.S., CCC-SLPGeorgetown University & MedStar National Rehabilitation NetworkCandace van der Stelt has no relevant financial or non-financial relationships to report.Dr. Peter Turkeltaub, M.D., PhDGeorgetown University & MedStar National Rehabilitation Network
Financial disclosure: Peter Turkeltaub's research is supported by NIH grants and by The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (NIH/NIDCD (R01DC014960 and R03DC014310) NIH/NCATS via the Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (KL2TR000102) and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (2012062)).  There are no non-financial disclosures to report.
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PosterHow can we use electronic devices to support speakers with limited verbal language during natural interaction?: A preliminary conversation analysis (CA) studyDr Brent Archer, PhD, CCC-SLPBowling Green State UniversityBrent Archer, employed by Bowling Green State University. Disclosure: financial-none to report, non-financial-none to report.Dr Jamie H. Azios, PhD, CCC-SLPJamie H. Azios, employed by Lamar University. Disclosure: financial-none to report, non-financial-none to report.Dr Jaime B. Lee, PhD, CCC-SLPJaime B. Lee, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, James Madison UniversityJaime B. Lee, employed by James Madison University. Disclosure: financial-none to report, non-financial-none to report.
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PosterBrooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center:  A Model for Combining an ICAP and Community Based LPAA Program under a Non-Profit Rehabilitation SystemFloris Singletary, M.S.Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia CenterFloris Singletary, M.S., CCC-SLP isJodi MorganBrooks Rehabilitation Aphasia CenterFloris Singletary, M.S., CCC-SLP is employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center.Melissa Godsey, MS CCC-SLPBrooks Rehabilitation Aphasia CenterFloris Singletary, M.S., CCC-SLP is employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center.
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Jodi Morgan, M.S., CCC-SLP employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center. Jodi Morgan, M.S., CCC-SLP employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center. 
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Melissa Godsey, M.S., CCC-SLP employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.Melissa Godsey, M.S., CCC-SLP employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.
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PosterEngaging People with Aphasia at a Distance: On Camera Group Conversations from North to SouthAllison BairdHelloSpeechWorks Inc.Allison Baird, Speech-Language Pathologist, employed by Hello SpeechWorks of Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. Disclosure: Financial-none to report. Non financial-none  to report.
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12:45-1:45pmInvited PresentationLPAA: Current Resources and Conversations for the FutureSandra Glista, M.S., CCC-SLPWestern Michigan University, emerita facultySandra Glista, retired from Western Michigan University. Disclosure:  Financial - Received a partial honorarium for participation in this conference. Nonfinancial - Member of Aphasia Access Research and Education CommitteeJodi Morgan, CCC-SLPBrooks Rehabilitation Aphasia CenterJodi Morgan, M.A. CCC-SLP ,“ Empower and inspire your members by involving them in the creation and facilitation of aphasia community groups” round table, employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center and Jacksonville University. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - Member of Aphasia Access Research and Education Committee.Robin Pollens, M.S., CCC-SLPAphasia Communication Enhancement  (ACE) Program at WMU Unified Clinics Western Michigan UniversityRobin Pollens, employed by Western Michigan University. Disclosure:  Financial - I receive a salary for my work in the WMU Aphasia Communication Enhancement Program. I received a partial honorarium for my participation in this conference. Nonfinancial - Member of Aphasia Access Research and Education CommitteeJessica Welsh, M.S., CCC-SLPState University of New York at New PaltzJessica Welsh is employed by State University of New York at New Paltz. Disclosure:  Financial - Salary from SUNY New Paltz, partial honorarium for my participation in this conference. Nonfinancial - Member of Aphasia Access Research and Education CommitteeJanet Whiteside, Ph.D., CCC-SLPFounder of Aphasia HouseJanet D. Whiteside:  Founder of the Aphasia House, Retired. Disclosure  Financial:  none to report. Non financial:  Receives no compensation as a member of the Education and Research Committee for AphasiaAccess.
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Jacksonville University
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2:00-3:00pmRound TableGoal Setting in Group Aphasia ProgramsEllen Cotton MHSc., SLP (C), Reg. CASLPOMarch of Dimes CanadaEllen Cotton, Goal Setting in Group Aphasia Programs
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Round TableIs It Possible To Balance Professionalism and Relationship Centred Care When Working In a LPAA Framework?Rochelle Cohen-SchneiderAphasia InstituteRochelle Cohen-Schneider, Is It Possible To Balance Professionalism and Relationship Centred Care When Working in a LPAA Framework is employed by the Aphasia Institute
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Round TableGroup-based speech therapy for Mackenzie E. Fama, Ph.D., CCC-SLPTowson University and MedStar National Rehabilitation NetworkMackenzie Fama is employed by Towson University. Financial disclosures: none to report. Non-financial disclosures: none to report.Candace M. van der Stelt, M.S., CCC-SLPGeorgetown University and MedStar National Rehabilitation NetworkCandace van der Stelt is employed by Georgetown University. Financial disclosures: none to report. Non-financial disclosures: none to report.
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Round TableEmpower and inspire your members by involving them in the creation and facilitation of aphasia community groupsJodi MorganBrooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center and Jacksonville UniversityJodi Morgan, M.A. CCC-SLP ,“ Empower and inspire your members by involving them in the creation and facilitation of aphasia community groups” round table, employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center and Jacksonville University. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.Melissa Godsey, MS CCC-SLPBrooks Rehabilitation Aphasia CenterMelissa Godsey, M.S., CCC-SLP, “Empower and inspire your members by involving them in the creation and facilitation of aphasia community groups” round table, employed by Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.
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Round TablePreparation for Aphasia Group Treatment in a University ClinicCaterina Staltari, MADuquesne UniversityCaterina Staltari, Preparation for Aphasia Group Treatment in a University Clinic, employed by Duquesne University. Disclosure: Financial = none to report. Nonfinancial - none to report.
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Round TableExperiential learning and the LPAA: A guide for facilitatorsEsther KimUniversity of AlbertaDr. Esther Kim, Experiential learning and the LPAA: A guide for facilitators, is employed by the University of Alberta. Financial - none to report. Nonfinancial - Is Co-Director of the Alberta Aphasia Camp.Andrea Ruelling, MA, CCC-SLPUniversity of AlbertaMs. Andrea Ruelling, Experiential learning and the LPAA: A guide for facilitators, is employed by the University of Alberta. Financial - none to report. Nonfinancial - Is Co-Director of the Alberta Aphasia Camp.
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Round TableApplication of the life participation approach for individuals living with primary progressive aphasiaRebecca Khayum, MS, CCC-SLPNorthwestern University Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer's Disease CenterFinancial:Angela Roberts, PhD, CCC-SLPNorthwestern UniversityDr. Angela C. Roberts is employed by Northwestern University, Pepper Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (School of Communication).Ms. Aimee Reaume Mooney, M.S., CCC-SLPOregon Health and Science University and Portland State UniversityFinancial:Melanie Fried-Oken, PhD, CCC-SLPOregon Health & Science UniversityFinancial: Receive salary from Oregon Health & Science UniversityLibby Rogers, MANorthwestern University Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer's Disease CenterFinancial: Receive salary from Northwestern University; Nov 2017-PresentDr. Emily Rogalski, PhDNorthwestern University Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer's Disease CenterFinancial:
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-Owner of a therapy company, MemoryCare Corporation. (2010-present)•             Salaried Assistant Professor Oregon Health & Science University
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-Salaried employee of Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine (2017-present)
Financial: She sits on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research for which she receives an annual stipend from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.  In the last 12-months, Dr. Roberts has received speaker honoraria from the Parkinson Foundation and Parkinson Society Southwest Ontario.  Dr. Roberts received research funding (including salary support) from the National Institutes of Health.
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-Author of Medbridge webinar series (2018-present)Relevant non-financial relationships
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