Our current research projects.
COMPARE is a national research study which compares multi-modality and constraint induced aphasia therapy for people with chronic aphasia.
The ASK project trials the Action Success Knowledge (ASK) program to prevent depression and reduce the impact of aphasia in stroke patients and their caregivers one year after diagnosis.
This pilot study investigates the possible positive effects of an intensive aphasia rehabilitation program for people with chronic aphasia.
This study aims to pilot a community based aphasia group program and measure the impact on communication, mood, social networks, and quality of life
This research seeks to compare the effects of three different community aphasia groups.
This research investigates the current evidence-practice gap in the management of mood and depression after stroke for individuals with aphasia.
Speech pathologist practice in managing psychological wellbeing in people with aphasia and their carers
This project aims to provide speech pathologists with an evidence-based practice framework to counsel and address psychological well-being in people with post-stroke aphasia.
Enabling healthcare communication for people with aphasia
Delivering therapy through an online virtual world