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Survey of Provision of Communication Aids in Wales

Submitted by admin on 29 October 2010 - 3:54pm

The Welsh Assembly Government has recently undertaken a review of the provision of complex, children's and specialist community equipment.

Additional work is now being undertaken to investigate the current provision of communication aids throughout Wales.

Voluntary and Third Sector Organisations are now being asked to complete and return a survey questionnaire by Friday 3 December 2010...

AAC Evidence Base Research Project: August 2010 Update

Submitted by admin on 31 August 2010 - 9:55am

Big Lottery Fund

The AAC Evidence Base research project is a three-year project funded by the National Lottery through Big Lottery Fund.  Communication Matters is leading the project and working with three research partners: University of Sheffield, Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Manchester Metropolitan University.  The project aims to improve the quality of life of people with severe communication impairments who need AAC by raising awareness of their needs and by improving service provision.

We are pleased to announce that David Morgan has been appointed as Research Lead for the project. David was formerly Director of Dynavox UK. He will work closely with the Trustees and Katie Holmes, the Research Manager, to ensure that the project delivers its outcomes. David will be working one day per month initially, increasing to two days per month during the last 6 months of the project.

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