Virtual Weekly Class Schedule
Session 3: May 23 - July 22, 2022
* Click Group Name for Description
|10:00||Word Games 1 (Laurie)||Slow Road to Better (Melissa)||Selected Topics 2/3 (Susie)||Escape This! (Laurie)|
|THRIVE Helping Hands (Denise)
|Book Club 2 (Laurie & Melissa)|
|11:15||Cognitive Strategies (Laurie)||Presentation Group (Laurie)||TV Talk- American Leaders (Laurie)||Keep Current (Laurie)|
|THRIVE Full Body Fitness (Denise)||Mind Over Matter™ (Melissa)||Sports Talk
|01:00||Book Club 1 (Laurie)||Trivia (Kristin & Susie)||Selected Topics Together (Melissa)||Memory 101 (Kristin D.)||THRIVE Music (Kevin/Brandon)|
|Start your Motor (Melissa)||Cognitive Strategies (Laurie)||What’s the Word 3 (Susie)||Book Club 3
|THRIVE HIIT (Michale)|
|Text Thread (Melissa)|
|02:15||Writing Toolbox 1 (Laurie)||Think Tank (Laurie)||Big Picture Politics (Melissa)|
|Sentence Builders (Melissa)|
|03:30||THRIVE Yoga (Carolyn)
June 5, 12, 19, 26 & July 10.
|TV Talk: The Americans Season 3 (Laurie)||Letter Games (Laurie)|
|04:00||TED Talk (Kristin)|
|05:00||Big Ideas: Music Edition (Melissa)|
|Level 1: Discussion and tasks are a conversational level with minimal support for word finding and organization. Class moves quickly.|
|Level 2: Discussion and tasks are at a single sentence level with moderate support for talking and listening. Class is moderately paced with occasional repetition.|
|Level 3: Discussion and tasks are at a single word level with significant support for talking and listening. Class moves at a slower pace with frequent repetition.|
|Level 4: Discussion and tasks encourage use of talking, pointing, drawing, and gesturing with maximal support. Class moves slowly with consistent repetition.|
|All Levels: These groups accommodate members of all communication abilities.|
Note: There are TWO holidays this session: Memorial Day: Monday, May 30 and Independence Day: Monday, July 4.
New members welcome! Learn more about Becoming a Member.
Note: An email / text will be sent to members for any unexpected cancellations. Since we are virtual, we do not have to worry about weather, but we could have technology issues.
What are Virtual Classes?
Virtual classes use technology (computer with camera and microphone, smartphone or tablet) and free software (Zoom) to deliver classes at a distance by linking survivors with clinicians for groups, education or individual consultation. This technology allows survivors face-to-face communication with others in the stroke and brain trauma community without leaving home. Research has proven that although different, it is an effective way to work on skills.