Communication Disability Centre
The mission of the University of Queensland's Communication Disability Centre(CDC) is to enhance the life of people cross their lifespan, with particular focus on those experiencing communication disability. Through research and education CDC has continued to develop strategies and techniques to improve the lives of others.
The Communication Disability Centre has been at the
The aims of the CDC are:
To provide a focus for national and international scholarship and applied research in communication disability.
- To disseminate research findings through publication, education and translation of research into practice.
- To foster relationships with key stake holders in the research process to optimise impact and clinical relevance.
The role of the CDC is to:
respond to the health-disease continuum through strategies of prevention and intervention.
- emphasise research that translates theory into practice.
- be committed to the dissemination of research findings.
- deliver gerontological education to undergraduate and graduate speech pathologists and audiologists.
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