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Sharing for the Cause: Griswold Home Care Educates and Donates Money with Aphasia Webinar

With Aphasia Awareness Month in full swing, Griswold Home Care is looking to help educate people about aphasia and raise some funds for the National Aphasia Association, at the same time.


We’re working with the National Aphasia Association to present the webinar, Aphasia Solutions – Making Their Voices Heard on Thursday, June 27th at 4pm EST (you can check out the registration page here: http://bit.ly/11DaLtD).


Since we’re passionate about advocacy, we’re opening up our wallets for the cause! For every person that registers for the webinar, Griswold Home Care will donate $1 to the National Aphasia Association. We will also donate $3 for each blog post mention/link about the webinar, and $1 for each post/share/retweet on social networks (up to $500). If you’re willing to help out and spread the word, please fill out this form with any URLs of posts where you’ve shared our webinar. We’re using this to help us keep track of posts for our donation!


We hope you’ll attend the webinar this Thursday, but in the meantime, check out this infographic that we created in collaboration with Ellayne Ganzfried, Executive Director of the National Aphasia Association, to educate people about aphasia:



Aphasia infographic by Griswold Home Care

About the Griswold Team

Christopher G. Kelly, MEd, BA, the Director of Learning and Development

at Griswold Home Care will be presenting the webinar along with Ellayne Ganzfried, Executive Director of the National Aphasia Association.

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