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- Dates: 2018-12-15
- Time Start/End: Course starts at 2018-12-15 09:30/17:00
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- Event Capacity: N/A
- Member: $150.00 HKD
- Student member: $150.00 HKD
- Non-member: $150.00 HKD
- Online application via HKAST is not available.
The first event takes place from 9.30am to 1.30pm. The first session will provide an update on our speech therapy clinical education program, to be followed by a session by Prof. Brendan Weekes on cognitive testing for individuals with brain damage. This will be followed by two sessions focused on individuals with dementia. Ms Nancy Tang, an occupational therapist from the Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing, will speak on cognitive deficits and Dr Man Fun Edward Leung, President of the Hong Kong Association of Gerontology, will speak on end-of-life care and management of feeding-related issues. For details, please click here.
The first session is intended for our clinical educators and speech therapists who are interested in clinical education. The other three sessions are intended for speech therapists, nurses, social workers, physical therapists, and occupational therapists. You are welcome to join us for any or all sessions. Please see the attached information sheet containing the event schedule, registration fees (waived for current HKU clinical educators) and abstracts.
The second event takes place from 2.30 to 5pm. It will be presented by Professor Sam Po Law (HKU), Dr Anthony Kong (University of Central Florida, USA), and Ms Winsy Wong (HKU). They will present information on clinical techniques and strategies of language rehabilitation, based on research findings from the Cantonese AphasiaBank, with healthcare professionals working with people with aphasia. It is open nurses, social workers, speech therapists, physical therapists, and occupational therapists, free-of-charge. Please see the attached information sheet for the abstract and information on registration. For details, please click here.
We hope these events will bring new insights on working with individuals with brain damage and those with dementia. We look forward to seeing you at the event(s). If you have any questions about the events, please contact Ms Alice Lo at 2241-5985 email@example.com.
Registration link: https://goo.gl/forms/