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A stratified radomised control trial of an intensive, comprehensive aphasia program to compare patient outcomes post stroke with usual care [ 2013 - 2018 ]

Also known as: Can a new intensive model of aphasia rehabilitation achieve better outcomes than usual care?

Research Grant

[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/nhmrc/1057047]

Researchers: Prof Linda Worrall (Principal investigator) ,  Anne Hill Dr Asad Khan Dr Denise O'Connor Dr Lennert Veerman
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Brief description Aphasia is a chronic communication disability that affects language processing (talking, understanding, reading & writing) after a brain injury, such as a stroke. Access to rehabilitation services is highly variable, compounding experiences of social isolation, depression & poorer quality of life. Our intensive & comprehensive Aphasia LIFT program has yielded improvements in communication & quality of life, & may provide more cost effective rehabilitation. This study examines whether LIFT is more effective than current models of usual care.

Funding Amount $AUD 798,036.92

Funding Scheme Partnerships

Notes Partnership Project for Better Health

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