The Action’s scientific focus is addressed through five Working Groups (WG).
Ongoing projects across this Action include:
- Adaptation of the Comprehensive Aphasia Test (CAT)
- Systematic review of the factors predicting language recovery in individuals with post-stroke aphasia
- REhabilitation and recovery of peopLE with Aphasia adter StrokeE (RELEASE)
- International Population Registry for Aphasia adter StrokE (I-PRAISE)
- Aphasia telerehabiliation early post-stroke [PhD Fellowship]
- Transforming access to cost-effective aphasia services: the Australian Aphasia Centre for Research Excellence
- AsPIRE: Aphasia Intervention description in Research.
- International Survey of Access to SLT for people with aphasia after stroke
- Aphasia Research Priorities
- Asset based Community Development (ABCD)sset based Community Development (ABCD)
- Meaningful Evaluation in AphaSia in REhabilitation and Society (MEASURES)
- Supporting Communicative Participation of Individuals with Aphasia
- What can I do for your? A visual communication guide for health care workers who are treating people with aphasia
- Definition of Aphasia
- Engaging Significant Others in Early Rehabilitation of Patients with Aphasia
Members of our collaboration have formed links with other institutions to conduct high quality aphasia research across Europe. The links below contain an overview of this research ordered by country.