The Communication Research Registry is proudly supported by:
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Speech Pathology Australia is the peak body representing over 5,000 speech pathologists Australia-wide and advocates for all Australians living with a communication or swallowing difficulty.
Australian Communication Exchange (ACE) is a not-for-profit organisation. For 18 years it has been at the leader of communication solutions for Deaf, hearing and speech impaired Australians. ACE has leveraged off widely available platforms such as smart technology to enable development of accessible innovations. Striving towards the vision: Access to Communication for Everyone, ACE aims to create new opportunities in education, entertainment and employment.
The Centre for Clinical Research Excellence (CCRE) in Aphasia Rehabilitation is an Australia-wide research program funded for five years by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
The program seeks to develop the Australian Aphasia Rehabilitation Pathway, a set of guidelines for person-centred aphasia services.
The Telerehabilitation Research Unit is a research unit within The School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Queensland, Brisbane. It consists of a multi-disciplinary group of researchers who are involved in the development of online applications for the delivery of allied health services to persons with physical, communication, and hearing disabilities. The research group consists of individuals from the disciplines of speech pathology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and audiology.
The HEARing Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) is an internationally unique consortium of research, clinical and industry organisations. Through research and its utilisation, the HEARing CRC aims to reduce the impact of hearing loss by:
- maximising lifelong hearing retention
- reducing loss of productivity due to hearing loss
- increasing uptake and use of hearing technology; and
- providing postgraduate education and professional training
The Hearing Research Unit for Children is a research unit with the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at The University of Queensland, Brisbane. This research unit is devoted to the study of hearing and hearing disorders in children who may have associated speech, language and learning difficulties. This unit capitalises upon the strengths of individual team members and collaborators across the disciplines of audiology, speech pathology, occupational therapy and otorhinolaryngology. It provides opportunities for multidisciplinary research of the highest national and international standards. Studies focus on the screening and identification of hearing impairment in children from birth, and habilitation in children with hearing impairment, using cutting edge technologies.
Would you like to sponsor the Communication Research Registry?
We are always looking for sponsors. If you would like to support important communication research that will help improve the lives of people living with a communication difficulty, please contact us.