‘Development and validation of Australian aphasia rehabilitation best practice statements using the RAND/UCLA appropriateness method’
Emma Power, Emma Thomas, Linda Worrall, Miranda Rose et al.
‘What is the evidence base for the use of digital technology in aphasia therapy?’ June 2015
Professor Jane Marshall and colleagues, City University London.
‘Practices and challenges in community aphasia groups in Australia: Results of a national survey’
Miranda L. Rose & Michelle C. Attard’ School of Allied Health, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.
‘Combining Teletherapy & On-Line Language exercises in the Treatment of Chronic Aphasia: An Outcome Study.’ Fall 2014
Richard D. Steele, PhD, Denise McCall, MA, Allison Baird, MA, Lisa Haynes, MS,
Assistive technologies (Excerpt from book)
Albert M. Cook, Janice Miller Polgar
Aphasia rehabilitation in Australia: Current practices, challenges and future directions April 2014
Miranda Rose, Alison Ferguson, Emma Power, Leanne Togher, and Linda Worrall
‘The iPad and Mobile Technology Revolution’David McNaughton, and Janice Light, The Pennsylvania State University June 2013
David McNaughton, and Janice Light, The Pennsylvania State University
The benefits and challenges in using mainstream devices as assistive technologies for people with disabilities. May 2013
Univeristy of South Australia & Flinders University
Intensive training for aphasia: Even older patients can improve January 2013
Dr. Ana Inés Ansaldo, PhD, Research Centre of the Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal