Premiere Screening of Aphasia the Movie & Presentation Hope is a Four Letter Word at CSU East Bay
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (PDT)
In celebration of National
Better Hearing and Speech Month
The Communicative Science and Disorders Department, CSU East Bay is pleased to announce a free screening of the award winning film
Aphasia The Movie
followed by the inspirational presentation
Hope is a Four Letter Word
led by the film’s acclaimed leading actor, Carl McIntyre, whose acting credits include TV’s Dawson’s Creek and In the Heat of the Night. The 40-minute film is based on his personal experience as a stroke survivor diagnosed with aphasia.
More information regarding the film and Mr. McIntyre may be found at:
Please preregister for the event on this site. Print or show ticket on phone. Reserved tickets will be honored until 10 minutes prior to event, and after that, walk-ups will be admitted.
Directions & Parking:
Directions to the CSUEB Hayward Hills Campus Parking can be found here:
Pictures will be taken at the event, and by attending, you grant permission for your picture and/or likeness to be used for CSUEB publications, promotional materials and/or social media platforms.
The Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders provides students pre-professional and professional training in speech-language pathology and audiology, which is founded on state and national standards, evidence-based practice, research, and science and technology, to prepare them to serve persons with communication disorders and their families in an ethical and culturally competent manner.
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