Speech pathologists urge Australians to ‘tell their story’

19 August 2012

Speech Pathology Australia (SPA) estimates that more than 1.1 million Australians have difficulty communicating or being understood, a statistic speech pathologists hope to change through a national story-telling campaign.

Launched at the beginning of Speech Pathology Week, the ‘Great Australian Communication Story’ project encourages people around the country to ‘tell their story’ and connect with their community.

The project asks members of the public to fill in speech bubble templates which will be compiled into an e-book, to be released in September this year.

Read the media release from Speech Pathology Australia in full