Thank you for your interest in the Conversation and Communication Questionnaire for People with Aphasia (CCQA). You can download the questionnaire from this webpage.
The CCQA was developed by Dr Simon Horton, Kate Humby and Professor Christina Jerosch-Herold, with statistical support from Dr Louise Swift, and hugely important contributions from people with aphasia. We received funding from the Tavistock Trust for Aphasia for some stages of the development. The measure consists of a questionnaire and scoresheet that are to be used in tandem.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives licence, full details of which are found on the Creative Commons website.
You are welcome to download the CCQA and scoresheet and use them freely under the terms of this licence. We would appreciate you agreeing to provide feedback on the use of the form, to allow us to monitor the impact of the work in the field. If you download the form to review it and then decide to use it, we would appreciate hearing about that too, by revisiting the form and filling it in again.
The CCQA will be available on completion of the form below.
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