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    Created on Friday, 20 September 2019. Posted by Allan Wilson

    We have been asked by Lee Gordon, a research student from Dundee University, to distribute information about a survey looking into the relationship between communication impairment, mental health and group identity. People with a disability needed for participation in an academic survey You are invi...

    Created on Friday, 20 September 2019. Posted by Allan Wilson

    Mark Jayes from Manchester Metropolitan University has asked us to make information available on a workshop being organised in Manchester by the I-ASC Project. I-ASC have been developing an evidence-based resource to support decision making for families and professionals involved in AAC assessment. ...

    Created on Tuesday, 02 April 2019. Posted by Craig Mill

    Doorway Online's Text Type 3 is a colourful, engaging and accessible touch typing tutor that takes learners from learning the home keys (a s d f g – h j k l ;) to the familiarity of the whole keyboard.   Doorway Text Type 3 includes a series of exercises that if followed properly, can...

    Created on Tuesday, 06 June 2017. Posted by Allan Wilson

    We were approached recently by Jenna Lyons, an MSc student at the University of Dundee, studying Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). She is currently running a study with colleagues aimed at learning how to design the layout of AAC devices using the exact preferences of the specific us...

    Created on Monday, 23 January 2017. Posted by Gillian McNeill

    Are you interested in influencing new research into learning disability? Are you a service user, parent or carer with experience of learning disability?  Participants are being sought for a research priority-setting workshop to be held in March, in London. The purpose, to identif...