Lucette Lanyon

Speech Pathologist | PhD candidate

Lucie is a speech pathologist who has worked predominantly in the sub-acute and community sector, primarily with people with acquired and traumatic brain injury and progressive neurological diseases.

Lucie's PhD studies–supervised by Associate Professor Miranda Rose and Professor Linda Worrall– examines the facilitators and barriers to community aphasia group participation and employs a qualitative methodology.

Lucie is co-founder of the online resource Aphasia Community and the Aphasia Community national group registry. Lucie's research and clinical interest lie in the long-term management of post-stroke aphasia and adult acquired and progressive disability.