Discover the team and its achievements!
Annie Légaré, Speech-Language Pathologist and Lecturer in Medicine in the speech-language pathology program at Université Laval
Laura Monetta, Speech-Language Pathologist and Full Professor in the speech-language pathology program at Université Laval
Monica Lavoie, Speech-Language Pathologist and Coordinator of the Research Chair on Primary Progressive Aphasia – Fondation de la famille Lemaire
Sarah Bérubé-Lalancette, Speech-Language Pathologist and Lecturer in Medicine in the speech-language pathology master’s program at Université Laval
Joëlle Duchesne, Director of Artère
The team presented a poster at the Journées professionnelles en orthophonie et en audiologie, which took place on November 10 and 11, 2022, under the theme “S’engager vers un avenir inclusif” (Working Towards an Inclusive Future).
Annie Légaré and Joëlle Duchesne presented the ACCES project at the 11th Sommet sur l’AVC on November 25, 2022. Nearly 400 people attended, the majority of them stroke professionals. The event was also attended by stroke survivors and their loved ones, as well as members and employees of community organizations.
The ACCES project team is proud to have received the Innovation-Desjardins 2022 award from the Ordre des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec!
Projet ACCES is proud to partner with the JCCQ – Jeune Chambre de commerce de Québec as part of their June theme “Fierté, diversité et inclusion” (Pride, Diversity, and Inclusion). A win-win partnership!