Goal Setting with Stroke Survivors with Aphasia: Healthcare Professionals’ Current Practice and Training Needs Survey

31 August, 2020
Glasgow Caledonian University
Speech-Language Pathology

Dear SAC members,

We are conducting a survey to find out how healthcare professionals set goals with stroke survivors with aphasia and the training and support they have received. Your participation will help us to improve the rehabilitation experiences of stroke survivors with aphasia and the support available to healthcare professionals in future. We would very much appreciate your help!

You can take part if you are:

  • a healthcare professional (e.g. occupational therapist, physiotherapist, speech and language therapist, social worker, psychologist, dietician, rehabilitation/healthcare/therapy assistant)
  • providing rehabilitation to stroke survivors in any setting
  • setting goals with stroke survivors
  • based in Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia, or New Zealand


The survey is ethically approved, takes 10-15 minutes to complete, and closes on 13th October.

To complete the survey, click here


Please consider sharing the survey with colleagues who may be interested.

Sophie Eleanor Brown (PhD Researcher): Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

Dr Lesley Scobbie: Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

Professor Linda Worrall: University of Queensland, Australia

Professor Marian Brady: Glasgow Caledonian University, UK


If you have any queries, please contact sophie.brown@gcu.ac.uk