Purdue Aphasia Group Resources

Purdue Aphasia Support Group

The Purdue Aphasia Support Group meets once a month for guided conversation practice, education, resource sharing, and connecting with others. Both persons with aphasia and their caregivers/loved ones are invited to attend. The Aphasia Support Group is led by Emily Bauman, MS, CCC-SLP, Michelle Gutmann, PhD, CCC-SLP, and Graduate Student Clinicians from the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University. See the flyer below for more details.

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Purdue Aphasia Study Group

Join fellow SLPs and other professionals to discuss current research evidence, clinical cases, and other topics. Each Aphasia Study Group meeting will focus on a different topic relevant to aphasia treatment. The Aphasia Study Group is led by Grace Knox, MS, CCC-SLP, and Jiyeon Lee, PhD, CCC-SLP, and meets in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University. The Aphasia Study Group is jointly offered by the Purdue Aphasia Group and the St. Franciscan Health Network. RSVP to aphasia@purdue.edu if you would like to attend. See the flyer below for more details.

Spring 2018:

  • Wednesday, February 21st at 6-7PM
    • Topic: "Using Correct Information Units in Intervention and Assessment"
  • Wednesday, April 11 at 6-7PM
    • Topic: "Using the Treatment of Underlying Forms (TUF) in Intervention"

Past Topics:

  • Melodic Intonation Therapy (MIT) - November 15, 2017

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Purdue Aphasia Group Newsletter

Read about recent events at the Purdue Aphasia Group. The Purdue Aphasia Group is a collaboration between the M.D. Steere Speech and Hearing Clinic and the Aphasia Research Laboratory.

Purdue Aphasia Bootcamp

Offered for the first time in May 2017, persons with aphasia participated in an intensive two-week therapy program. Each person with aphasia worked one-on-one with a Graduate Student Clinician, participated in group therapy, and had the opportunity to socialize during a short break. Participants completed speech and language evaluations at the beginning and end of the program.