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Kelly, Helen and Kennedy, Fiona and Britton, Hannah and McGuire, Graham and Law, James (2015) Narrowing the “digital divide”—facilitating access to computer technology to enhance the lives of those with aphasia: a feasibility study. Aphasiology. pp. 1-32. ISSN 0268-7038 (In Press)
Brady, M and Mackenzie, C and Enderby, P and Whitworth, A and Kelly, Helen and Sellars, C (2011) Opinion: SIGN 118 overlooks new evidence on aphasia. Bulletin of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (705). p. 11.
Kelly, Helen and Brady, M and Enderby, P (2010) Speech and Language Therapy for Aphasia Following Stroke. Cochrane Systematic Review.
Kelly, Helen and Armstrong, Linda (2009) New word learning in people with aphasia. Aphasiology, 23 (12). pp. 1398-1417. ISSN 0268-7038
Kelly, Helen and Armstrong, Linda (2008) The Maytor, the Shorpine and the Traigol. Speech and Language Therapy in Practice. pp. 8-10. ISSN ISSN Print 1368-2105, ISSN Online 2045-6174
Kelly, Helen (2007) Optimising rehabilitation outcomes for aphasia following stroke through new learning. Cerebrovascular Diseases, 23 (suppl 2). p. 128. ISSN 1015-9770
Kelly, Helen (2007) Speech and language therapy for aphasia following stroke – Cochrane systematic review. Speech and Language Therapy in Practice, Summer 2007. p. 16.
Armstrong, Linda and McGrane, Helen and Kelly, Helen (2003) A bright SPPARC. Speech and Language Therapy in Practice, Autumn. pp. 8-10.
McGrane, Helen and Stansfield, Jois and Kelly, Helen (2001) Strength in compromise. Speech and Language Therapy in Practice (Autumn). pp. 8-11. ISSN ISSN Print 1368-2105, ISSN Online 2045-6174