The British Aphasiology Society has supported a number of projects through the Initiatives in Aphasia Seed Fund (IASF). The following is a list of projects that have been funded in previous years.
Sarah Banfield, NHS WSFT, Hardwick Lane, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 2QZ
Repeated measures case series to investigate the use of Colours and Symbols (CAS) as a low-tech supported communication tool, across 10 parameters, in comparison to supported communication alone by five people with aphasia (PwA) and their Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs).
Download the CAS Full report HERE
Download the CAS Poster HERE
Gill Pearl, Bury Speakeasy. Aphasia United: Living With Aphasia International Conference.
Madeleine Cruice, City, University of London. Project: Core Outcome Set (COS) consensus and dissemination meeting and consumer research feedback seminar. Phase 3 of ROMA: Improving Research Outcome Measurement in Aphasia
Jane Marshall, City, University of London. Speech and Language Therapy and Information Technology (SPLIT) Providing accessible opportunities for people with aphasia
Madeline Cruice (City University London)
Karen Sage (Bristol Speech and Language Therapy Research Unit)
Cat Andrew (City University)
Carolyn Bruce (University College London)
Ruth Herbert (University of Sheffield)