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
Kenyan people dance outside

A Kenyan Insight

A visit with the Maasai of Kenya reveals a different cultural view of disability and the future.
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An infographic titled “People living with dementia around the word,” which predicts 131.5 million people worldwide by 2050.

Developing Dementia Care in North Africa: Morocco as a Model

SLTs need to be aware and prepared to address differences in language, culture and origin when dealing especially with Alzheimer’s patients.
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Professor Bronwyn Davidson and many of the Ghanaian Masters students at the University of Ghana.

Developing the Speech Pathology Profession in Ghana

In 2016, the University of Ghana accepted its first group of Masters of Speech and Language Therapy students. Twelve students are now more than halfway through their degree.
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Promoting Communication as Part of the Human Rights Agenda

There is a need for greater acknowledgement of the rights of people to communicate to their full potential.
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