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Let pictures talk

Grateful thanks to Prof. Dr. Norina Lauer, OTH Regensburg – University of Applied Sciences, Germany for this blog. At the conference of the German Society for Aphasia Research and Treatment (GAB) from the 1st to the 3rd of November Franziska Rau presented a poster – Let pictures talk – about her bachelor thesis on Talking Mats. […]

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Student Discount on Talking Mats courses

Did you know you can get a student discount on Talking Mats courses? Just started / started back on your College or University Course? Looking to have a certificate in understanding and using an award winning communication resource on your CV? Or perhaps you are teaching a course centered around communication ? Did you know […]

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German Digital Talking Mats with people with aphasia

We are very grateful to Elena Maxheimer, a Speech and Language Therapy student from Germany, for sending us this blog of a summary of her thesis which examined the use of the German Digital Talking Mats with people with aphasia. In May 2018 I did my bachelor thesis on the German version of the Talking […]

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Digital Talking Mats and Dementia

Talking Mats received funding from The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland to look at how using the Digital Talking Mats can help people with long term conditions, including dementia,  to manage their health and well-being and to recognise their own strengths and abilities. We also hoped that participants would be able to have more […]

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Talking Mats digital app for organisations

The Talking Mats digital app is available for organisations to purchase.  This is an efficient way to support staff to evidence person centred planning. The digital app typically operates via individual logons which means personal data is kept securely and it complies with data protection and client confidentiality. The individual with the logon can use […]

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