Other People’s Research


We are delighted that other people are now using Talking Mats in Research. Here are some of the publications we have been sent. Please tell us about any others you know of.


Exploring sibling attitudes towards participation when the younger sibling has a severe speech and language disability
Hansen,M., Harty,M,. Bornman,J. (2016)
South African Journal of Child Health 10(1) 47-51


The perspectives of adults with aphasia and their team members regarding the importance of nine life areas for rehabilitation: a pilot investigation
Lauren K. Pettit, Kerstin M. Tönsing & Shakila Dada (2016)
Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 

Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10749357.2016.1207148


Therapy Outcome Measures for Rehabilitation Professionals (Third Edition)
P Enderby and A John (Editors) (2015)
Available from  http://www.jr-press.co.uk/therapy-outcome-measures-rehabilitation-professionals.html


What communication strategies do AAC users want their communication partners to use? A preliminary study
Hanne Sofie Midtlin et al (2014)
Disability and Rehabilitation Early Online: 1–8


Talking Mats in a discussion group for people with Huntington’s disease
Lisa Hallberg  et al (2013)
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 2013; 8(1): 67–76


 


 

 

Communication Between Huntington’s Disease Patients, Their Support Persons and the Dental Hygienist Using Talking Mats
Ulrika Ferm et al (2012)
Huntington’s Disease – Core Concepts and Current Advances, Dr Nagehan Ersoy Tunali (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-953-0, InTech, Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/huntington-s-disease-core-conceptsand-current-advances/communication-between-huntington-s-disease-patients-their-support-persons-and-thedental-hygienist-u


Management of speech, language and communication difficulties in Huntington’s disease
SPECIAL REPORT
Alison Hamilton et al (2012)
Neurodegenerative Disorders Management 2(1), 67–77
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Client Briefing: Eliciting Design Preferences from Building Users with Communication Impairments
Paul Jenkins (2012)
Buildings 2012, 2, 83-106; doi:10.3390/buildings2020083


Supporting conversation for people with dementia by introducing a computer-based third element to the interaction
Norman Alm et al (2011)
Lecture Notes in Computer Science Part 1,8025 pp. 143–149


Using Talking Mats to support communication in persons with Huntington’s Disease
Ulrika Ferm et al (2009)
International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 2009, iFirst Article, 1–14