Latest News from the International Communication Project (December 2017)
The International Communication Project (ICP) newsletter brings you communication-related information and stories from around the world. Continue reading for information on how ICP is marking the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, autism training in Samoa and a roundup of communication health stories around the world. International Communication Project in Action Representatives from ICP’s founding organisations in—Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, and
Memorial University of Newfoundland’s Failure to Accommodate Students With Hearing Loss
Official Statement from Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) SAC firmly believes that the ability to communicate is a basic human right and that people need to be able to communicate in order to reach their full potential in every aspect of their lives. SAC is extremely disappointed with Dr. Ranee Panjabi from Memorial University regarding her refusal to wear a simple FM transmitter to
Many Countries Lack Capacity to Prevent and Treat Hearing Loss – New WHO Survey
February 28, 2014 World Health Organization (WHO) “Many of the countries who responded to a new WHO survey lack the capacity to prevent and care for hearing loss, according to a report published on International Ear Care Day, 3 March.” Read full news article.