AphasiaNZ aims to offer 2 Aphasia Days, or other aphasia events, each year. These events are for people with and affected by aphasia as well as professionals working in the area.
Keep checking back here to find out what’s coming up – updates available soon.
If you would like an event in your region, email email@example.com to let us know!
Our events are opportunities for those with aphasia to meet other people with aphasia, hear about what is happening around the country for people with aphasia, and find out what’s available locally, as well as stock up on aphasia-friendly resources and information.
There is no cost to come along – but we welcome a koha on the day as we do not receive any government funding for our services.
Register NOW – Mindfulness for Wellbeing: Participate in the Next Course
A free 8-week course for partners/spouses of people with aphasia
This online group Mindfulness course will be delivered by accredited Mindfulness Teacher and Speech-language Therapist Melissa Delaux.
Weekly 1-hour sessions beginning May/June 2021.
This course is for any partner/spouse of someone with aphasia anywhere in New Zealand. There is no cost to participate – all you need is a reliable internet connection and a computer/device with a camera and audio.
Need help or tips to use technology or get online? Click here for a fantastic newly-released guide to get online for people with aphasia, put together by the Stroke Association in the UK.
Please register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org – and for more information, see below:
Participate NOW – Research: Share your Thoughts about Speech-language Therapy
What was your experience of Speech-language Therapy (SLT)?
The aim is to speak to people with post-stroke aphasia (who had their stroke between 2015-2019) about their experience of Speech-language Therapy (SLT).
The interviews can be in-person or via video-call depending on the person’s preference, and the national COVID-19 Alert Level. All participants will be able to have a person of their choice with them (support person/whānau) and to utilise any/all resources that they would like to support their communication.
For more information, please click below: