What: CARA is an online, easy to use resource for clinicians and researchers working with people with aphasia. There are currently two assessments available. In the future there will be therapy resources and training packages.
What is coming up next: Training and resources to carry out evidence-based therapies for people with aphasia and more assessments.
Future: Our aim is that City Access will host accessible versions of all the assessments and therapy packages developed in the Division of Language and Communication Science at City, University of London. These will include training packages, therapy manuals and resources and online and hard copies of assessments.
Cost: You can currently download and use the assessments for free. As this site is developed we will continue to offer free resources but we will charge for online assessments and for training modules to ensure the sustainability of CARA.
CARA team: Professor Katerina Hilari, Dr Madeleine Pritchard, Professor Jane Marshall, Dr Abi Roper, Dr Celia Woolf, on behalf of LCS Aphasia Team and Professor Stephanie Wilson, from the Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design.