2014 ANCDS Scientific and Business Meeting Agenda
Our annual Scientific and Business Meeting is just around the corner, Wednesday, November 19. The agenda for the meeting is here; this year's theme is "Maintaining and Facilitating Brain Function in Normal Aging and Neurological Disease."
There will be limited on-site registration as long as space is available.
Update: The location for the meeting is the Hyatt Regency hotel, 9801 International Dr., Lower/Convention Level in Ballroom M.
Call for Papers: 45th Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference
The Clinical Aphasiology Conference (CAC) is an annual forum for clinicians and researchers engaged in the study and clinical management of persons with acquired neurologic language disorders. At CAC, participants present their recent research and engage in extensive discussions with colleagues. To develop an informal atmosphere conducive to the free exchange of ideas, CAC attendance is limited to approximately 120 people. The 2015 Conference will take place May 26-31, and proposals are due by January 19. See the complete Call for Papers here for more information.
2014 ANCDS Scientific and Business Meeting Registration
Registration is now open for our annual Scientific and Business Meeting!
Register by clicking here to download the registration form and following the instructions. Unfortunately we do not have online registration available yet this year.
The deadline for early registration is NOVEMBER 7th. To ensure that registrations mailed to the office arrive by the deadline date, allow five days for mail to reach the office.
There will be limited late registration. On-site registration will be offered only if there is space available. To guarantee a place at the conference you must register on or before November 7th.
The theme for this year's Scientific Meeting is "Maintaining and Facilitating Brain Function in Normal Aging and Neurological Disease." For complete details on this exciting program, click here.
Call for Presentations: AphasiaAccess Leadership Summit
AphasiaAccess is soliciting posters and innovative brief presentations for the AphasiaAccess conference at Boston University, March 13 & 14, 2015. The deadline for proposal submission is December 5, 2014.
Position Statement of the Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences on Clinical Doctorate Programs in Speech-Language Pathology
On August 26, 2014, ANCDS released its position statement on clinical doctorate programs in speech-language pathology. Click here to read the complete statement.