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IAM Group Schedules Summer 2019

All of our Programs are Free-of-Charge

Everyone is Welcome!

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Mount Sinai Downtown IAM Aphasia Program

Every other Monday 6-8 pm

10 Union Square East New York, NY 10003
(between 14th and 15 Streets)
5th Floor Conference Room

Dates

Monday, June 3
Monday, June 17 – Potluck Party – Bring something to share!

Monday July 1
Monday, July 15
Monday, July 29
Monday, August 12
Monday, August 26

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Hunter College

Every Tuesday and Thursday during the academic year
2 pm – 4 pm

Center for Communication Disorders
N133 (North Building)
425 East 25th Street
New York, NY 10010
(212) 481-4464
(between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive)

June

Tuesday, June 4
Thursday June 6
Tuesday, June 11
Thursday June 13
Tuesday, June 18
Thursday June 20
Tuesday, June 25
Thursday June 27

July

Tuesday, July 2
Thursday July 4 – No meeting. Happy holidays!
Tuesday, July 9
Thursday July 11
Tuesday, July 16
Thursday July 18
Tuesday, July 23
Thursday July 25
Tuesday, July 30

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Brooklyn College IAM Aphasia Group

Wednesdays during the academic year
11:30 am — 1:00 pm
Diana Rogovin Davidow Speech Language Hearing Center
2900 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11210
4400 Boylan Hall
718- 951-5186

There will be no aphasia group meetings at Brooklyn College in June

Wednesday, July 3
Wednesday, July 10
Wednesday, July 17
Wednesday, July 24
Wednesday, July 31

For directions to Brooklyn College, Click Here

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Teachers College / Columbia University

First Saturday of every month during the academic year
10 AM — 2:00 PM

525 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027
(Between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave)

Saturday, June 1 
Saturday, July 13

A separate meeting for co-survivors will be held at the same time.

Complimentary breakfast
“Brown bag lunch”

pre-registration is required
For applications, contact Bernadine Gagnon (212) 678-3889 or
(212) 678-3409
bgagnon@exchange.tc.columbia.edu

or Carlota Schoolman (917) 532-7936
carlotasiamaphasia@gmail.com

IAM assists people with speech and learning problems due to the disability of aphasia caused by a stroke or other brain injury. Groups are held in several locations. Our sessions at Mount Sinai Downtown and The Church of St. Luke in the Fields are conducted by licensed Speech-Language Pathologists. Groups at Hunter College, Teachers College/Columbia University, and Brooklyn College are conducted by Graduate Student Clinicians under the supervision of Senior Supervisors.

For additional Information contact
Carlota Schoolman
IAM Executive Director
‪917-532-7936

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Special Event “Songs from Aphasia” April 29, 2019

“Recollections: Songs from Aphasia” is a performance that tells the story of aphasia through music and video interviews. We will be viewing a tape of the live performance. A discussion follows the screening. Refreshments will be served

Where:
NYU Communicative Sciences and Disorders Department
665 Broadway
(between Bleecker St. and 3rd St.)
NYC 10012
9th Floor Conference Room

When: Monday, April 29th, 6-8pm

Pay-As-You-Wish
$10 suggested

“Recollections: Songs From Aphasia”
Composer “Blue” Gene Tyranny
Writer/video producer Mary Griffin
Christopher Berg, Conductor/Music Director Diana Solomon Glover, soprano; Magda Gartner, mezzo; Peter Stewart, baritone; Eric Barsness, bass
Conrad Harris, violin; Pauline Kim, violin; Lev Zhurbin, viola; Alexander Waterman, cello; James Ilgenfritz, bass; “Blue” Gene Tyranny, keyboard synthesizers
International Aphasia Movement participants: Yelena Balandina, June Chu, Herbert Frenkel, M.D., Thelma Hudgins, Yair Kagan, Barbara Peters, Andy Polon

Set Design and Video Projection, Ursula Scherrer
Lighting Design, David Moodey
Video Interviews, Ursula Scherrer, Wolfgang Daniel, Carlota Schoolman
Sound Location Recordist, Ben Manley
Video, Mary Griffin
Video Editing and After Effects, Aaron Curran
Sound Mixing Engineer, Tom Hamilton

“Recollections: Songs From Aphasia” is dedicated to Harvey N. Alter (February 5, 1946 — November 25, 2015) and Michael A. Young (June 27, 1946 – October 15, 2014). Together they founded IAM-International Aphasia Movement in 2005 providing free resources and therapy to people with aphasia, and support for their co-survivors.

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