Sep 21, 2017
Listen to this episode as Ellen Bernstein-Ellis (California State
University, East Bay) speaks with Dr. Jerry Hoepner about
programming for the Chippewa Valley Aphasia Camp.
Dr. Hoepner is an associate professor at the University of
Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He teaches numerous courses including
neurogenic disorders, neuroanatomy, and counseling. Jerry's
teaching research focuses on non-course-based learning, pedagogy,
and training CSD students as educators. His clinical research
includes outcomes of the Chippewa Valley Aphasia Camp, social
networking applications, videos self-modeling, interventions, and
communication partner training.
In this episode, you will:
Learn about how the Chippewa Valley Aphasia Camp got its start 14
years ago and how its mission to increase social interaction and
communicative success guides its programming;
Hear more about how the concepts of therapeutic landscapes and
environmental press dovetail with the Life Participation Approach
to Aphasia (LPAA);
Learn how the student volunteer experience is guided at camp from
the initial training to the daily de-briefing.
Learn how Snapchat - a photo-based social media app - can
increase social interactions among campers.
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