Professor Madeline Cruice and Dr Celia Woolf from City, University of London are leading a new project to explore community-based technology support being provided in London by third-sector organisations. There is an opportunity for technology support provided to service-users with aphasia to be optimised through knowledge sharing exercises. This project lays the groundwork for further collaborations, resource development and research in this space. 

The survey can be accessed via this link: https://cityunilondon.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_etIBTmOk406rVJk

The deadline is 5pm on Friday 14th June 2024.

Responses will help us to map out the existing provision of community-based technology support in London for older people and/or people with disabilities. 

The survey also provides your members who are interested in community-based technology support and aphasia an opportunity to join a new Community of Practice and be involved in this work going forwards.