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Movie Talk, Shop, Technology Lab

February 23, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Thursday, repeating indefinitely

Movie Talk: Calling all movie buffs! Members vote on a movie to watch together over several weeks then dive into a lively discussion at the end. Share your experiences and opinions related to the movie then rate what you just watched.

Shop: The shop program at the Aphasia Center of West Texas is open to all members with a willingness to try – no previous experience is necessary. Shop combines self-expression and exploring wood working techniques with accessible materials and tools. Assistance from wonderful volunteers and staff will help you make a project to take home!

Technology Lab: Join us in our technology lab where members utilize aphasia-specific software that suits their varying goals, needs, and interests. You can work on reading, spelling, word retrieval, and comprehension as well as emailing, Zooming, and many other leisure activities.

Details

Date:
February 23, 2023
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

ACWT
5214 Thomason Drive
Midland, TX 79703 United States
Phone:
432-699-1261

Program Fees

Fess are $150/month for unlimited groups per week and $75/month for up to two groups per week. Program fees are billed on a monthly basis and sliding scale scholarships are also available. We are committed to serving those who need our services.

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Transportation

Individuals may pay a per-ride or monthly fee for transportation to and from the Aphasia Center in Midland on our mobility van. We also partner with Mission Center Adult Day Service to provide transportation to and from Odessa.

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Partnerships

WE COLLABORATE WITH OTHER LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS TO OVERCOME BARRIERS OF PARTICIPATION.

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Thank you for visiting our site. Please consider getting involved and helping  those with aphasia live their best life. 

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