Our Goal: 22 Trained Multi-Stakeholder Research Teams in the U.S.
Each team is composed of researchers, clinicians, and people living with communication disabilities working together to plan and conduct research.
Project BRIDGE (Building Research Initiatives by Developing Group Effort) prepares people with communication disabilities, their families and friends, clinicians, and researchers to co-design and influence research.
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Vote for Aphasia Research Questions: Tips for Aphasia Groups
Want to talk about aphasia research in your group? Here are some suggestions. Aphasia (neurological disorder) diagnosis medical concept on…Read More
Date: 09 April
Project BRIDGE goes to the Aphasia Access Leadership Summit
Project BRIDGE will be represented at the Aphasia Access Leadership Summit, April 5 – 10, 2021. This is a virtual…Learn More
Date: 24 June
Time: 1:00 pm
Aphasia Access Teach-In
Project BRIDGE will be part of Aphasia Access’ 24-Hour Virtual Teach-In. Come listen to our talk, “Stakeholder Engaged Research in…Learn More
Research Guide Positions Available
Interested in becoming a Research Guide? Learn more here.Learn More