HOUSTON (October 3, 2018) – Houston Aphasia Recovery Center (HARC), the premier resource in Houston for those affected by aphasia, is pleased to announce the 8th Annual Let’s Talk Luncheon, which will be held on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. at The Post Oak Hotel. The event will benefit HARC’s 26 different rotating programs that provide wellness, education, advocacy and resources for people with aphasia, their caregivers, and the greater Houston medical community.
Aphasia is difficulty with communication, speaking or understanding words, as a result of a stroke or brain injury. Participants and caregivers attend HARC for supported communication, recreation, and camaraderie to fully participate in life. HARC dedicates themselves to generating awareness and support, facilitating research, and fostering wellness and recovery in a life-affirming environment.
Luncheon Chairs Belinda and Corky Hillhouse along with Honorary Chairs Fady Armanious and Bill Baldwin will welcome guests to a fun-filled luncheon with a performance by the HARC Heralds Choir. Guests will also have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets to win exciting items. Guest speaker Sarah Scott joined by her mother Joanie Scott will share her experience with aphasia, which resulted after she suffered a stroke when she was 18 years old. Scott is known worldwide for her advocacy for aphasia.
HARC invites everyone to support Houstonians affected by aphasia by purchasing tickets and tables to the luncheon. You may purchase tickets here: http://www.harctx.org/luncheon.php
- $25,000 Communicator Table
- $10,000 Transformer Table
- $5,000 Motivator Table
- $3,000 Champion Table
- $1,500 Encourager Table
- $1,000 Individual Premium Location Ticket
- $500 Individual Select Location Ticket
- $300 Individual General Location Ticket
- $150 Individual Ticket
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
The Post Oak Hotel
1600 West Loop South
Houston, TX 77027
About Houston Aphasia Recovery Center (HARC):
The Houston Aphasia Recovery Center (HARC) is the premier resource in Houston for those whose lives are affected by aphasia. HARC provides wellness programs, education, advocacy and resources for people with aphasia, their caregivers, and the greater Houston medical community, creating a safe haven where participants come for therapeutic socialization and long-term recovery. HARC is dedicated to generating awareness and support, facilitating research and fostering wellness and recovery in a life-affirming environment. By attending HARC’s 26 different programs, members gain communication confidence to live successfully with aphasia and improve their overall life.