Kelly Knollman-Porter and two students help a speech pathology and audiology clinic client use assistive technology on an iPad.

Dr. Kelly Knollman-Porter (standing), an assistant professor in the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, and two students work with a client in the speech pathology and audiology clinic. Knollman-Porter is leading a multi-site NIH-funded study on using assistive technology to help people with aphasia-related reading challenges.

Kelly Knollman-Porter: Aphasia-related reading challenges and assistive technology

Dr. Kelly Knollman-Porter, an associate professor in the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, says text-to-speech software may improve the everyday lives of some people with aphasia-related reading challenges. Read more.