Internationally recognized tools and training free until March 2022 for healthcare providers and institutions thanks to a generous grant from the Ontario Ministry of Health.
Resources designed to facilitate life's conversations - for communicating with people with aphasia. The product of decades of research and experience with people in the aphasia and stroke communities.
Communicative Access Measures for Stroke (CAMS)is a set of surveys that can help a healthcare facility or unit evaluate the degree to which it is communicatively accessible for people with stroke and aphasia.
Assessment tools for clinicians to use with their clients living with aphasia
Tools such as rating anchors and scoring procedures for clinicians to use with their patients with aphasia to identify aspects such as aphasia severity and level of participation in conversation