Tag Archives: aphasia

Going for a coffee – aids, prototypes and service developments for people with aphasia

Back in 2001, Speech & Language Therapy in Practice featured an article ‘Imprints of the mind’ about a group of people with aphasia from Dundee who had participated in an exciting research project ‘Expression’. Christine Kingsley (then Farrell), who lectures in Design at … Continue reading

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How to run peer-led conversation groups

The communication disability network Connect will shortly be releasing a new toolkit and training package for speech and language therapists who want to run conversation groups led by people with aphasia. This is the latest step in the national charity's drive to involve people … Continue reading

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Carole Pound moves on from Connect

It was an emotional day on Friday for Carole Pound as she said goodbye to the communication disability network Connect, which she co-founded with Sally Byng in 2000. Latterly Carole has been Director of Innovation at the national charity, overseeing … Continue reading

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