The Purdue Aphasia Group is a collaboration between researchers and clinicians in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University. We are dedicated to providing research opportunities, resources, education, and clinical services for people with aphasia, their caregivers, and SLPs.
The Purdue Aphasia Research Lab seeks to understand how aphasia affects communication and develop ways to treat aphasia and recover language abilities. Interested in participating in our research? We have several studies in which a person with aphasia can participate. Please see our website for more info here. Or, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 765-496-0216.
In addition to research, the Purdue Aphasia Group offers various services for the aphasia community such as an Aphasia Support Group that meets once a month during the semester. The M.D. Steer Speech and Language Clinic at Purdue University conducts evaluations and provides treatment for adults with language difficulties, including aphasia. The clinic also offers group therapy sessions.
Please see our website for more details here.
Purdue Aphasia Support Group
Adults with aphasia, their family members and caregivers, and individuals with other communication difficulties are invited to attend our monthly support group meetings for guided conversation practice, educational sessions, and connecting with others. The Aphasia Support Group is led by Michelle Gutmann, PhD, CCC-SLP with assistance from Purdue University MS-SLP Graduate students.
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When: One time per month
Fall semester months: September, October, November and December
Spring Semester months: February, March & April
Time: 6:30-8:00 PM
Location: Secondary to COVID restrictions and Purdue recommendations, the support group is meeting virtually on a secure online platform. Please see our our Facebook page for details.
- Michelle Gutmann, PhD, CCC-SLP email@example.com (765) 494-3809
Our latest newsletter:
View Purdue Aphasia Group Fall 2021 Newsletter here
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