Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the planned RCT had to be put on hold, thereby introducing delays to the project. We are currently exploring different options for performing the RCT on behalf of a remote setup.
The IARC 2020 Conference abstract submission entitled: VoiceAdapt: User-centered Design of a Multimodal Training App for People with Aphasia has been accepted.
VoiceAdapt will be presented at the JTC2017 Progress Dialogue Meeting on December 12. 2019. A Networking meeting will be held to to identify areas of cross-over between projects and to seek opportunities for collaboration on December 11. 2019.
The ethical review boards of University of Toronto and University of Alberta gave a positive vote. The proposed RCT can be conducted as planned.
The consortium meeting 2019 of the VoiceAdapt project was held in Toronto on May 23, 2019.
Four different use cases and perspectives on the VoiceAdapt platform are presented. Herein two patient’s, the therapist’s, and a relative’s perspective are discussed. The document serves as a concept to understand and empathize with the three user groups’ realties and needs.
The interim WP2 meeting of the VoiceAdapt project was held in Vienna on October 01, 2018.
VoiceAdapt aims at developing an intelligent personalization and adaption engine for persons (older adults) with aphasia (PwA), caused by acquired brain injury (e.g., stroke). To ensure to meet the target groups’ needs, an iterative development and evaluation process will be applied. One important first step within the project was to identify potential end users’ needs. […]
The project handbook identifies the different bodies of the project and articulates the responsibilities. It explains internal, external communication procedures, document distribution based on templates, time and resource control against the deliverables and progress reporting to the JPI secretariat. Risk management requires identification, control and recording of risks, highlighting of the consequences and the management/mitigation […]