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Conversation Groups Participants with aphasia will practice the use of communication strategies during various activities within a safe, supported environment. Group topics are centered around everything from current events, personal and social topics, and local and national news.
Music Group In this group, music is used to facilitate communication and language through a variety of activities led by a licensed music therapist.
Art Expression Various forms of artistic expression are employed to create projects that expand thoughts and feelings through different art media led by a licensed art therapist.
Book Club Popular novels are read in an aphasia-friendly group that utilizes worksheets and activities to guide a lively discussion.
Writing Workshop Participants practice writing skills while sharing ideas and providing peer feedback. Participants organize and create the quarterly newsletter for the HARC website, called "Aphasia Speaks".
Exercise Program Participants engage in total body exercise, endurance and strengthening specific to their needs.
Computer Lab With multiple computers, our volunteers assist participants in accessing the Internet and email. Software designed to facilitate language practice is available.
Aphasia Community Taskforce (ACT)
Formed by participants who are passionate about educating and spreading awareness about aphasia in the community.
Conversational Games and Club Language
Language games and group activites are used as participants work on their language skills as a team.
* Groups vary on a semester basis as participants' needs and interests warrant. See our current semester program schedule for specifics.