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Sarah Northcott
Research Fellow at City, University of London and Senior Lecturer at University of East Anglia. Interested in emotional wellbeing and aphasia. All views my own.
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Neil Coull (SLT) Nov 27
UEA Conversation Partners is now up & running! Many of our students are meeting their conversation partners online each week. Thanks to everyone who has referred themselves or others. We still have opportunities for more people with aphasia to take part.
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Sarah Northcott Nov 27
If you have , it’s at least 4 mths after your stroke, & you’d like to work on your naming - is recruiting into this lovely study in the fab EVA Park world! Do message Niamh if you’d like to find out more
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Felicity Bright Nov 24
Does the communication between stroke clinicians and people with post-stroke communication impairments impact on therapeutic relationships? Our qualitative metasynthesis says YES and shows how this happens. (50 copies free, OA coming soon)
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Kate Swinburn Nov 22
R u an SLT @SLTpeeps working in clinically, rehab or community? Want to help with SECOND EDITION including CAT-2 online, & free 2 Zoom with me on 30/11/20? Email me: kate.a.swinburn@gmail.com😀
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Sarah Northcott Nov 23
Replying to @TheStrokeAssoc
My is that people feel supported throughout their stroke journeys, from hospital to living well in their communities. Thank you for all your work to help us move towards this - incl building a supportive research community!
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Jerry K Hoepner Nov 20
Okay practicing SLPs/SLTs working with people with TBI. Please consider being a part of this study.
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Dr Caroline Baker Nov 17
So great to learn about , identity, storytelling and song 🎶 from via the October seminar! Key take aways: 🔑value in co-construction of story - ownership of story & words for person with 1/2
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Prof Katerina Hilari Nov 13
So happy to have been part of this much needed Systematic Review on interventions for dating/romantic relations in With Have a look 👇👇First 50 copies FREE! Pls 🔁
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Dr Abi Roper Nov 12
Do you have aphasia? Are you having speech and language therapy? Tell the about your experience here: (UK only)
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Dr Caroline Baker Nov 10
1 day to go! You can still register for Prof. Sandy Middleton's seminar for the tomorrow at 2pm AEST; 1pm Bris; 11am AWST. See you there!
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Rebecca Palmer Nov 10
Excited to receive copies of the newly published Consent Support Tool for inclusion of people with communication disorders in research with ⁦⁩. Available from J&R Press ⁩ ⁦
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Rachel Barnard Nov 5
Really useful paper about the purpose of quotations in qualitative research, linked to epistemology.
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Drawing for People with Aphasia Nov 2
For people with aphasia - make art inspired by sounds of nature from the sound archive 👩‍🎨🦜🌳🏞
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Sally Mcvicker Oct 26
Here is the link to the opera on Thursday 29 October - an 11 minute video of the opera performed by so many people with aphasia from Aphasia Re-Connect
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Claire Westwood Oct 25
I had a wonderful student on virtual placement during spring and another is joining us in autumn - you CAN have students right now! They’re an asset to your department and you can use their skills in lots of creative ways during these difficult times.
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Sarah Northcott Oct 24
How lovely that positive feedback has even reached Aus! It was a pleasure to spend the day with the trainers, Neil and the students. The trainers are so generous, committed & thoughtful - they're a wonderful group!
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Sarah Northcott Oct 23
Spent today with our fab expert trainers who have , training our 1st yr SLT students. Fantastic work by to convert the Conversation Partner scheme online including today's training - lots of lovely feedback!
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Sarah Northcott Oct 14
Fantastic to be awarded this NIHR internship- really looking forward to being your mentor and working together! Important area for research: considering how we assess mental capacity & support ppl w in decision making
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Dr Abi Roper Oct 6
For anyone interested in exploring voice-initiated technology like in their aphasia therapy practice, take a look at this excellent resource put together by for the Aphasia Software Finder website. Goodies galore!
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Anna Caute Oct 6
Celia Woolf ⁦⁩ is explaining the many features of Kindle Fire that can support people with aphasia to get back into reading books. ⁩ ⁦
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