Mount Sinai Health System

Stroke Support Group in Spanish

For people who have difficulty speaking, understanding, reading, and writing

Wearing a mask is required. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you.

Join us to meet with fellow Spanish-speaking community members who have aphasia and dysarthria conditions that make it difficult to speak after a stroke or other brain injury. Let’s connect to support one another, practice speaking, and learn different communication methods. All levels of communication are welcome.

Acompáñenos el dia 4 de enero para reunirse con otros miembros de la comunidad de habla hispana que padecen #afasia o #disartria—una condición médica que causa dificultades con hablar o expresarse debido a un derrame cerebral u otras lesiones cerebrales. Vamos a conectarnos, y apoyarnos los unos con los otros!

Monday, April 5 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

More dates through June 7, 2021

Mount Sinai Queens Pavilion, 5th Floor Conference Room 2520 30th Avenue, 5th Floor Conference Room, Astoria, 11102

Event Type

Health & Wellness

Audience

Community

Campus

Mount Sinai Queens

Tags

stroke

Hashtag

#stroke

Registration

For more information, call 718-267-4263.

Presenter(s)

Christina Mastrolembo is a Spanish-speaking Speech Language Pathologist. She uses research-based techniques to treat patients who want to improve their ability to understand others and share their thoughts, ideas, and feelings.

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