Participatory design - stories from the GReAT project - Abi Roper, City University

A session at HCID2013

Wednesday 17th April, 2013

5:10pm to 5:50pm (GMT)

The benefits and challenges of working with people with aphasia (a communication difficulty common after stroke) when designing a computer therapy for people with aphasia.

Abi is a Cognitive Scientist turned Speech and Language Therapist. She has been working in the field of computer aided therapy research since 2009. She has been involved in the development and testing of two influential computer therapy tools aimed at the rehabilitation of communication for people affected by stroke. She maintains a foot in both the Technology and Speech and Language Therapy camps and has spoken at international conferences focusing on topics ranging from accessible computing through to participatory design and clinical speech and language therapy. Abi is passionate about the potential for technology in the field of speech and language therapy and is keen to inspire others to join her in the fray!

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Abi Roper

Little Bird. Indie, Techy, Aphasiologist #SLPeep @CityLCS & @Cityuni_HCID. All views my own. bio from Twitter

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England England, London

17th April 2013

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Time 5:10pm5:50pm GMT

Date Wed 17th April 2013

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