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How SLTs/SLPs treat Acquired Childhood Aphasia: an international exploration


Welcome to my survey!

Thank you for your interest. I greatly appreciate your participation.

Below is some more detailed information regarding the survey.


What is this survey?

The survey on "speech-language therapy in children with aphasia" is part of my doctoral thesis in the Department of Speech-Language Therapy at the University of Freiburg/Université de Fribourg (Switzerland).

If you are interested, we will gladly send the results to you via e-mail. At the end of the survey, you have the option to leave your e-mail address.


How long does it take to complete the questionnaire?

about 30 minutes


Who is the questionnaire for?

The questionnaire may be filled out by all speech-language therapists/pathologists, clinical linguists, etc. who have previous experience working with children with aphasia for speech-language therapy purposes.

The questionnaire will refer to "speech-language therapists/speech-language pathologists," though this refers to all the above-mentioned specialists.


What is the goal?

It is important to investigate what the work of speech-language therapists with children with aphasia looks like.

The results will be published anonymously as part of the doctoral thesis. Publications and congress contributions are planned.


Is participation voluntary?

Yes. You can terminate the survey at any time and do not need to provide a reason(s). The information will only be included in the data collection after the survey has ended.


Are your answers treated confidentially?

Yes. All information collected is anonymous. Identifying information such as names of participants, employers or exact geographic areas is not required.

Individual answers to the survey can only be obtained from PhD student Angelika Rother, Professor Dr. Erich Hartmann and Professor Dr. Ulla Beushausen.


General data protection regulations of the EU (DSGVO):

Please note that no personal data is stored or retrieved for research purposes. The stored data will be treated anonymously and confidentially.



For questions and feedback, please contact angelika.rother@unifr.ch to reach the author of the study.


Thank you for your help

Angelika Rother