My current research is in Aphasia and Spirituality. I have developed WELLHEAD, resources for supporting spiritual health and wellbeing, see separate website:
Several peer-reviewed papers about this research have now been published, one of which is ‘open access’:
Mumby, K. A Single Case Narrative of Spirituality Following Aphasia from Traumatic Brain Injury: Findings about Forgiveness and Freedom Using WELLHEAD and SHALOM. Religions 2019, 10, 301
Mumby, K. (1988). An adaptation of the Aphasia Screening Test for use with Panjabi speakers. British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 23, 267-292.
Mumby, K. (1990). Preliminary Results from using the Panjabi Adaptation of the Aphasia Screening Test. British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 25, 209-226.
Mumby, K., Bowen, A., & Hesketh, A. (2007). Apraxia of speech: how reliable are speech and language therapists’ diagnoses? Clinical Rehabilitation, 21, 760-767.
Mumby, K., & Whitworth, A. (2012). Evaluating the effectiveness of intervention in long term aphasia post stroke: the experience from CHANT (Communication Hub for Aphasia in North Tyneside). International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 47(4), 398-412.
Mumby, K., & Whitworth, A. (2013). Adjustment processes in chronic aphasia after stroke: Exploring multiple perspectives in the context of a community based intervention. Aphasiology, 27 (4), 462-489.
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