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A narrative analysis of a speech pathologist's work with Indigenous Australians with acquired communication disorders

by Hersh D, Armstrong E, Bourke N

Journal article
Year 2015
Journal Disability and Rehabilitation
Volume 37
Issue 1
Page 33-40

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  • Missing Voices: Communication Difficulties After Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury in Indigenous Australians

    The Missing Voices research project aimed to: investigate the extent and impact of Acquired Communication Disorders (ACD) in urban and rural Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations in Western Australia (WA) following stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI) develop and validate a culturally appropriate ACD assessment tool for use by health professionals working with Aboriginal people after stroke and TBI describe the current status of communication rehabilitation services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples develop accessible and culturally appropriate service delivery models for the individuals and their families experiencing ACD.

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