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Clinical Guidelines

Clinical Guidelines
Learn about the latest recommendations for the management and support of people with aphasia
Clinical Guidelines

Multilingual Information Sheets

Multilingual Aphasia Information
Aphasia due to stroke has no cultural, language or geographical barriers. The following resources, advice and information sheets available for clinicians to aid communication with people with aphasia in different languages. Full multilingual online resources are also available at http://www.aphasia-international.com/languages/ and summarised below:
Multilingual Information Sheets

ParticiPics

ParticiPics
Coming soon! A resource for researchers to aid in conversations with people with aphasia. This resource contains thousands of pictographs and over 40 thematic booklets across a range of topics.

Communicative Access Measures for Stroke (CAMS)

Communicative Access Measures for Stroke (CAMS)
Coming soon! The Communicative Access Measures for Stroke (CAMS) is a quality improvement tool which will form an invaluable resource for aphasia researchers.

Aphasia Assessment Tools

Aphasia Assessment Tools
Coming soon! A resource for clinicians and researchers to aid in the assessment of people with aphasia.