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Enhancing the communicative environment

This section aims to support speech pathologists to develop and promote communicatively accessible environments for people with aphasia. Follow the links for best practice statements developed in accordance with the most up-to-date research and expert opinion.


In this section you will find best practice statements, resources and information that focuses on:

  1. Creating communicatively accessible environments and reducing barriers to communication participation. 
  2. Communication partner training.
  3. Support materials for people with aphasia. 



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Professor Linda Worrall
The University of Queensland
ST LUCIA QLD 4072   



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