I have started to add 2016 content after my first presentation. My first presentation will be in St. Augustine, FL..I prefer this kind of presentation. Meaning the visual appears immediately…how do I make the text and visual work together?.
“Thank you so much for coming to speak with us last night! The students were a-buzz after you signed off and we had a great discussion about your story and how it relates to our class information. They really learned a lot from you and I'm so appreciative!”
“Dr. Broussard (Tom), Thank you for sharing your story, educating our students, teaching us about neuroplasticity and helping us be better SLPs. Your lecture to our CSD 501 class was incredible! A few comments from the students: “Dr. Broussard’s words inspired me to be a better person and SLP.” “He was incredible! Dr. Broussard’s lecture made so much sense and meant a lot coming from a person with aphasia. Thank you! Jodi and 41 students from Jacksonville University.”
(1) Outstanding! I thought the discussion that included former stroke patients added a lot to the presentation. (2) An amazing session!! The instructor was informative, knowledgeable and empathetic. He gave us so much to think about and process. (3) I appreciated the presenter's information. His suggestions will help me and my sister as we manage her aphasia journey. Thank you. (4) Great foundation of information about stroke and aphasia recovery, presented in a friendly manner that led to a useful discussion. (5) I was driving and could not see visuals but the subject was important. I'm so glad someone is finally educating the world about aphasia”
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