A support group for people with aphasia and their caregivers will meet each Friday through Dec. 2 at East Carolina University.
Aphasia is difficulty or loss in communication, usually the result of stroke or brain injury.
The ECU Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders hosts the group from 9 to 11 a.m. Fridays in Room 1305 in the Health Sciences Building at the College of Allied Health Sciences.
Participants engage in a variety of activities to improve communication skills. Contact Sherri Winslow at 252-744-6142 or email@example.com for more information.
East Carolina University’s occupational therapy department will host CarFit, a free, interactive program that gives a quick comprehensive check on how well an older driver and their vehicle work together.
The event will be held 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, March 26, at Eastern Pines Church of Christ, 3380 Portertown Road, Greenville. No appointment is needed. The assessment takes about 15 minutes. Read more…
Announcements of cancelled classes due to wintry weather might some day give way to a much more positive message, perhaps one that reads, “Pajamas Permitted: Faculty and students may attend classes today from home.”
The technology to support this scenario is already in place and popular with thousands of East Carolina University faculty and students.