The CommuniCATE project has a themed session at this year’s BAS Therapy Symposium (Bristol, 13th and 14th September 2017).
The CommuniCATE project at City, University of London is exploring the use of computer technologies in therapy for approximately eighty people with aphasia. The therapy approaches that will be covered in this themed session are: Assistive technologies for reading (Kindle Fire and ClaroRead), Assistive technologies for writing (Dragon Naturally Speaking and WriteOnline) and Online Supported
Conversation (Skype). The themed session will introduce the project, and then present a series of case studies highlighting the work completed. There will be time for discussion after each presentation.
Further details: http://www.bas.org.uk/index.php/symposia/