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CIT CEN Meeting with Aphasia focus
CITCEN Meeting Nov 2019 - Alexa, Cuespeak and Evidence (ACE!)
Winter Gardens | Royal Parade | Weston-super-Mare BS23 1AJ | United Kingdom
Thursday, 28 November 2019 from 09:15 to 16:00 (GMT)
The next Computers in Therapy Clinical Excellence Network (CIT CEN) meeting has a strong Aphasia theme covering three topics: Alexa, Cuespeak and Evidence.
Jon Hunt will present Cuespeak - the customisable therapy app for SLTs working with adults with acquired neurogenic communication difficulties. SLT Ashleigh Denman will report on a case study about her experience of using Alexa to target intelligibility in therapy. Additionally the attendees will be exploring the evidence base for technology use in therapy and getting to grips with AphasiaTec & Dyscover resources for service users using technology. Plus, of course, the essential opportunities for tea and networking will also be included.
Fee: £22.50 in advance
The November meeting Eventbrite page is now live: https://citcennov19.eventbrite.co.uk
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