School of Health Professions

2024 Aphasia Summer Program

  • Have you had a stroke or traumatic brain injury OR have you been diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia?

  • Do you want to improve your communication skills?

  • Do you need strategies to communicate more effectively with your family and friends?

  • Do you want to meet other people with similar difficulties?


The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is offering an adult education program to improve communication skills. Please email or call 210-450-8353 to determine eligibility for the program and to register for a session. We can help arrange transportation.


Program Details:

  • No fee

  • Sessions for 2 weeks (8 days total)

  • Four hours per day


Session 1: June 3–13 | Session 2: June 17–27 | Session 3: July 8–18

  • Sessions 1 and 3 are for individuals with sudden-onset aphasia (ex. stroke, brain injury)

  • Session 2 is for individuals with gradual-onset aphasia (ex. primary progressive aphasia)


School of Health Professions, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, TX 78229

Additional Information:

Services will be provided by graduate students under the supervision of licensed speech-language pathologists.


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