As part of the AAC Evidence Base project, one of the collaborative partners (Manchester Metropolitan University) developed a single case study template.
The single case study template was developed to support the collection of consistent and relevant case data. Its development is a culmination of input and advice from AAC users, their families, professionals and researchers. It is intended to support more robust data collection.
If you would like to contribute to Communication Matters' ever growing case study database of submissions from AAC users, please download the 'Information for Participants' document about how to contribute (see below). For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Information for Participants (0.1MB pdf) – if you want to contribute to the Case Study Database
- Case Study Template (0.5MB pdf) – for your own use
- Information about the Case Study Template and ICF Codes (1.5MB pdf) – ICF codes (WHO, 2001) describe peoples' skills, abilities and challenges; these International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) codes are often used in research papers