Research carried out by past and current PhD students.
- Developmental Projects
All singing all dancing: Strategies to monitor and develop the Idiom Skills (IS) of 7 to 16 year olds with Language Impairment (LI).
Language therapy in BSL
Should tele-technology be used to provide speech and language therapy?
Investigating the social communication skills of young children with dyskinetic cerebral palsy
Effectiveness of social communication groups for pre-school children diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder
How effective is the "Wonderful Words" intervention programme at teaching target vocabulary?
- Acquired Projects
Treatment for global aphasia: Current perspectives and a novel approach
Can insights from usage-based grammar stimulate novel pathways in the rehabilitation of non-fluent aphasia?
Claudia Bruns (née Heilemann)
Is a peer-led group training intervention more effective than usual care in improving social skills following brain injury?
Making meal times better for those with a dementia. The impact on nursing home residents and health care assistants of a feeding assistance training programme
Evaluation of a multidisciplinary community intervention following acquired brain injury: A case series exploring community integration
Botulinum Toxin (Botox): A new treatment for excess saliva
Factors affecting the speech of people with Parkinson's Disease
Better Conversations with Primary Progressive Aphasia (BCPPA): Communication training to keep families together.