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CCRE Aphasia

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The Centre for Clinical Research Excellence (CCRE) in Aphasia Rehabilitation is an Australia-wide research program funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). The program is comprised of leading speech pathology researchers, clinicians and managers throughout Australia and seeks to develop the Australian Aphasia Rehabilitation Pathway, a set of guidelines for person-centred aphasia services.

The CCRE in aphasia rehabilitation exists to:

  • Communicate with people with aphasia and their families, to establish their needs, concerns and priorities;
  • Research and develop the best possible methods of rehabilitation for people with aphasia; and
  • Provide relevant and accessible guidelines for aphasia therapy, through collaboration with people with aphasia, their families and friends, speech pathologists and other health professionals.

Learn more about the NHMRC CCRE in Aphasia Rehabilitation.

 
2014 Annual CCRE Aphasia meeting, Perth.
2014 Annual CCRE Aphasia meeting, Perth.

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l.worrall@uq.edu.au

+61 7 3365 2891

Professor Linda Worrall
The University of Queensland
ST LUCIA QLD 4072   

 

RESEARCH PARTNERS


NHMRC
The University of Queensland
La Trobe University
Macquarie University
The University of Newcastle
The University of Sydney
Edith Cowan University