Yarning and story-telling about stroke

Associate Professor Natalie Ciccone is a speech pathologist and senior lecturer in the School of Medical and Health Sciences at Edith Cowan University. She was a recipient of a seed grant from Stroke Australia for research into the feasibility and acceptability of a speech pathology service model for Aboriginal people with communication disorders after stroke.

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What have you achieved in this project so far? The Wangi project builds on work aimed at enhancing access to brain injury rehabilitation services for Aboriginal people. Key features of the rehabilitation model included home visiting, therapy delivered jointly by a speech pathologist and an Aboriginal research assistant/co-worker, and delivering therapy via the medium of ...

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