City, University of London

CARA: City Access Resources for Aphasia

Published on by Niamh Devane

City Access Resources for Aphasia (CARA) shares training, therapy packages and assessment resources for clinicians and researchers working with people with aphasia, with the aim to give greater access to the evidence-based tests and therapies for aphasia developed at City, University of London.

The CARA team is led by Professor Katerina Hilari and Dr Abi Roper. The team includes Dr Niamh Devane, members of the City Aphasia Lab and Professor Stephanie Wilson, from the Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design.

City Aphasia Lab is part of the Adult Assessment and Intervention Research group (AAIR) at City, University of London. This research group investigates themes such as aphasic language impairments, therapies for aphasia, interventions to improve emotional and social wellbeing in people with aphasia, and assessment, outcome measurement and the self- reported experience of aphasia. In this last area, assessments developed at City, e.g. the SAQOL-39g, have become an international gold standard and are recommended for use in all aphasia trials and intervention studies.

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