School of Sport, Health and Wellbeing
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I am a practising speech and language therapist working with people (children and adults) who use augmentative and alternative communication. My teaching role at the university includes professional knowledge and skills (year 3), AAC, evidence-based practise, developmental communication disorders, paediatric motor-speech disorders, paediatric dysphahgia, child development, discourse, people in context and the Marjon Connect scheme.
Parrott, L. (2016). Communication Participation of Adult Aided Communicators In M.Smith & J.Murray (Eds.) The Silent Partner. London: J&R press
Parrott, L. (2014). A discourse analysis of adult aided communication. ISAAC conference proceedings.
Pettit, E., Evans, J. & Parrott, L. (2014) Conversation partners for adult aided communicators - a pilot study. ISAAC conference proceedings.
Parrott, L., Pettit, E., & Leather, M. (2012). Up the creek without a communication aid: Speech and language therapy and outdoor adventure education. in What is research-led teaching; Multidisciplinary perspectives. HEFCE.
Parrott, L. & Pettit, E. (2012). "I feel like a normal person" - a qualtiative reseacrch project. ISAAC conference proceedings.
Parrott, L. (2012) Enhancing student learning - a quality improvement project. RCSLT conference proceedings.
Parrott, L., Pettit, E., & Leather, M. (2010). Memories of a outdoor adventurous pursuits - adults with cerebral palsy. ISAAC conference proceedings.
Hall, F., Mallinson, A. & Parrott, L. (2010). Using the interprofessional dysphagia framework in undergraduate teaching. Dysphagia Research Conference; London.
Selley, W., Parrott, L., Lethbridge, P., Flack, F., Ellis, R. Johnston, K., Foumeny, M. & Tripp, J. (2001) Objective measures of dysphagia complexity in children related to suckle feeding histories, gestational ages and classification of their cerebral palsy. 'Dysphagia'. 16: 200-207.