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Culturally and linguistically diverse aphasia rehabilitation: the experiences of people with aphasia.

Researchers at LaTrobe University are looking for people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background who experience aphasia to participate in an interview.

They are currently looking for participants in Sydney and Melbourne to be able to participate in a face-to-face interview, but if culturally and linguistically diverse people living with aphasia located elsewhere would be able to participate in a Zoom interview, we would also welcome their involvement.

We want to hear about your experience of aphasia rehabilitation:
• What was it like for you?
• How was working with speech pathologists?
• How was working with interpreters?
• Did you receive the right therapy for your culture?
• What could have been helpful?

We want to use your experiences to design solutions for:
• better rehabilitation
• better services for people with aphasia

We want to interview you if:
• you have aphasia after a stroke,
• you speak a language other than English,
• you or your parent/s were born overseas, and
• you live in Sydney or Melbourne.

If you are interested, please contact Chelsea Larkman, speech pathology researcher at La Trobe University on (03) 9479 5559 or email [email protected].

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