IAM Aphasia Group Schedule January 4 to March 5, 2016

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
from
IAM International Aphasia Movement
Co-Founded by Harvey N. Alter and Michael A. Young, Esq. 2001

Here are our Aphasia Programs for Mount Sinai/Beth Israel, Church of St. Luke in the Fields, and Columbia Teachers College,

January 4, 2016 through March 5, 2016

Hunter programs will begin in mid-February, date to be announced.

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Monday, January 4, 2016
6 pm – 8 pm

Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center – IAM Aphasia Program
10 Union Square East
(between 14th and 15th Streets)
5k Conference Room, Fifth Floor

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Saturday, January 16, 2015
10 am – 2 pm

St. Luke in the Fields Church

Laughlin Hall
487 Hudson Street, NYC
(Between Christopher Street and Barrow Street)

A separate meeting for co-survivors will be held at the same time. Highly recommended!
Complimentary Breakfast and Lunch.
No pre-registration required.

Directions to St. Luke’s Laughlin Hall

The Church is on the west side of Hudson Street in between Christopher Street and Barrow Street. The entrance to Laughlin, the hall where our program is held, is through the gate on Hudson Street just north of the main entrance to the Church.  A sign will be posted on the gate saying “Aphasia Group.”

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Monday, January 25, 2016
6 pm – 8 pm

Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center – IAM Aphasia Program
10 Union Square East
(between 14th and 15th Streets)
5k Conference Room, Fifth Floor

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Saturday, February 6, 2016
10 am – 2:15 pm

Teachers College Columbia University
525 West 120th Street (Between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave)
A separate meeting for co-survivors will be held at the same time. Highly recommended!

Complimentary breakfast and lunch.

You must be pre-registered for the Columbia program. 

For applications, contact Bernadine Gagnon (212) 678-3889 or
(212) 678-3409 bgagnon@exchange.tc.columbia.edu
or Carlota Schoolman 917) 532-7936 carlotaschoolman@gmail.com

If you have applied and haven’t received a call by January 29, please contact one of us.

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Monday, February 8, 2015
6 pm – 8 pm

Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center – IAM Aphasia Program
10 Union Square East
(between 14th and 15th Streets)
5k Conference Room, Fifth Floor

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Monday, February 22, 2015
6 pm – 8 pm

Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center – IAM Aphasia Program
10 Union Square East
(between 14th and 15th Streets)
5k Conference Room, Fifth Floor

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Saturday, March 5, 2016
10 am – 2:15 pm

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

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

Complimentary breakfast and lunch.

You must be pre-registered for the Columbia program.
For applications, contact 
Bernadine Gagnon (212) 678-3889 or (212) 678-3409 bgagnon@exchange.tc.columbia.edu
or Carlota Schoolman 917) 532-7936 carlotaschoolman@gmail.com

If you have applied and haven’t received a phone call by February 26, please contact one of us.

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

All of our programs are free of charge. Everyone is welcome!

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

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