We are researchers and clinicians that value the evidence derived from spoken discourse during assessment and treatment of speakers with aphasia. We want to improve the state of research, which will directly translate into improved evidence-based practice for assessment and treatment of spoken discourse in aphasia.
Stemming from a roundtable discussion at the 49th Clinical Aphasiology Conference (2019) in Whitefish, Montana, this working group was devised as a means of addressing some of the critical gaps currently plaguing the area of spoken discourse assessment and analysis in speakers with aphasia.
We define aphasia broadly. People interested in acquired aphasia, cognitive-communicative impairments, and progressive aphasias are very welcome.
To create a working group whose task forces and initiatives improve the state of research in spoken discourse in aphasia.
Please read more about the state of research in spoken discourse in aphasia.
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We are crowdfunding to help support us on this platform for 3 years, and to enable us to pay honorariums to invited speakers (and we focus on early career!). If you are able to give, please find the link here: https://gofund.me/a2b5dcd9