CAC 2019

Clinical Aphasiology Conference 2019

CAC 2019 Program

Two authors from each accepted proposal will be invited to attend the conference. As space permits, first authors of proposals that are not accepted for presentation may be invited to attend. 

CAC Special Issue Call for Papers for CAC attendees considering submitting for the CAC Special Issue of American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology

The CAC 2019  Keynote Speaker is Peter Turkeltaub, MD., PhD (Georgetown University)

The Keynote Speaker for the Research Symposium in Clinical Aphasiology (RSCA) at CAC 2019 is Dr. Randall Engle (Georgia Institute of Technology)


Submission Format Options

  • Platform presentation (15 minutes talk + 15 minutes question time)

  • Poster session (you are expected to stand with and discuss your poster at a dedicated poster session)

  • Round table session (you present for 15 minutes to a maximum group size of 12 people and lead a 45 minute discussion on the topic)

Round table discussion submissions are particularly sought in the following topics, however submissions on other relevant topics are also welcomed: Bilingualism & aphasia, Group Treatment Approaches, Resilience, coping skills & other psychosocial factors, Discourse, Patient-Reported Outcomes, Neuroimaging, Primary Progressive Aphasia, Test/tool/rating scale development.

Organizers for CAC 2019

BRAND BLOCK-The Steering Committee of the Clinical Aphasiology Conference logo short

This program is offered for up to 2.3 ASHA CEUs (Advance level; Professional area). Funding for the Research Symposium and Student Fellows was provided by a grant from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. Disclosures for the speakers, program committee, and planning committee are here.