Online event: Inside speech pathology: Communication is a fundamental human right
Communication is essential to human interaction. How can speech pathology support communication equity and access for the community?
- Monday 14 September 2020 05:30 pm until Monday 14 September 2020 06:30 pm (Add to calendar)
- Future Students Centre
1300 135 045
- Presented by:
- Emina McLean
- Type of Event:
- Future Student Information
Everybody deserves to be able to communicate – to receive, process, store and produce messages. This is central to human interaction and participation. Exploring this right to communication is at the heart of what speech pathologists do, and why they do it.
Hear from Emina McLean, a teaching and research academic at La Trobe University who specialises in child and adolescent language and literacy, especially in at-risk populations. Emina will discuss the importance of communication access and participation and how speech pathologists can help vulnerable members of the community.
Want to make a career out of helping others and improving quality of life for your patients? Start your career with the Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) at La Trobe University.
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