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Ashley
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2021-04-26 23:55:27

I am a psychology major at Bates College and I am really interested in finding ways to help people with aphasia. I am studying the effects aphasia has on identity in hopes of finding beneficial ways for professionals to aid aphasia patients. If you have had aphasia I would really appreciate if you could fill out a quick survey about your experiences. It is completely anonymous… just go to

http://abacus.bates.edu/~apalmeri/aphasiaidentitysurvey/

Thank you!

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Maura Silverman
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2021-04-26 00:03:56

Ashley,
Sounds like a great project. I would also suggest posting this to patients / caregivers forums as they are more likely to open those than open questions to researchers. In addition, you could get in touch w/aphasia centers/programs and ask that they distribute the surveys and have them return them to you. I know that in our program (located in NC) http://www.aphasiaproject.org; the clients LOVE participating in projects to help future treatment of aphasia.
Maura

>I am a psychology major at Bates College and I
>am really interested in finding ways to help
>people with aphasia. I am studying the effects
>aphasia has on identity in hopes of finding
>beneficial ways for professionals to aid aphasia
>patients. If you have had aphasia I would really
>appreciate if you could fill out a quick survey
>about your experiences. It is completely
>anonymous… just go
>to

http://abacus.bates.edu/~apalmeri/aphasiaid
>ntitysurvey/

Thank you!

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flo fontanella
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2021-04-26 00:03:56

Hi
My mother has aphasia (in Argentina we called mixed aphasia, she has trouble speaking and understanding) I would love to help. Mu email is [email protected]
Good luck

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