IAM Schedule for the week of September 21st and 28th, 2015

IAMInternational Aphasia Movement
Co-Founded by Harvey N. Alter and Michael A. Young, Esq. 2001

Assisting people with speech and learning problems due to the disability of aphasia caused by a stroke or a traumatic brain injury.

All of our programs are free of charge. 

Therapy groups at Mount Sinai Beth Israel meet every other Monday and work with professional and licensed Speech-Language Pathologists. Groups at Hunter meet every Tuesday and Thursday, and work with Graduate Clinicians under the supervision of licensed Senior Supervisors.

 Everyone is welcome.

Monday, September 21st
6 pm – 8 pm

Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center — IAM Aphasia Program
Neurology and Speech-Language Pathology Department
10 Union Square East
(between 14th and 15th Streets)
5k Conference Room, Fifth Floor
New York, NY

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Tuesday, September 29th
5 pm – 7 pm

Hunter College – IAM Aphasia Program
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Department
Technical and Resource Aphasia Program
425 East 25th Street, Room E101
(between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive)
New York, NY

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Thursday, October 1st
5 pm – 7 pm

Hunter College – IAM Aphasia Program
425 East 25th Street, Room E101
(between 1st Avenue and FDR Drive)

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Saturday October 3rd
10 am – 2:15 pm

Teachers College, Columbia University
525 West 120th Street
(Between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave)
New York, NY

A separate meeting for co-survivors will be held at the same time.
Attendance is highly recommended.

Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be served.

You must be pre-registered for the Columbia program.

Contact Bernadine Gagnon (212) 678-3408

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For additional information please contact Carlota Schoolman (917) 532-7936 carlotaschoolman@gmail.com

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