The Opportunity to Communicate Is a Basic Human Right.

Communication is the most fundamental of human capacities.
People need to be able to communicate to fulfill their social, educational, emotional and vocational potential. Everybody has the potential to communicate.

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Stories About Communication

Establishing a Speech Pathology Clinic in Kuwait

“It’s really great to be able to speak two languages, but it was really difficult to transfer my skills from English to Arabic in the beginning. … It got easier as I went and gained more experience.”
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Speech pathologist Kate sits with a young client, who is holding a book, in her lap. Both are smiling.

Creating Smiles in Peru

Two speech pathologists’ 12-day trip involved over 235 speech therapy sessions for children and adolescents, 45 feeding sessions alongside operations, and daily education of local doctors and physiotherapists to help with ongoing care.
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CDAC: Advancing Social Justice, Accessibility, and Inclusion

Communication Disabilities Access Canada is committed to advancing social justice, accessibility and inclusion for people who have speech, language and communication disabilities and who are not Deaf.
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‘My Speech and Language Therapy Degree Has Been Everything I’ve Ever Wanted’

Dinithi O’Gorman had been interested in language and communication since high school but did not know how to turn this passion into a career – until joining De Montfort University Leicester.
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