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1 Information sheet on Australians with difficulty communicating and swallowing, tabled by Speech Pathology Australia, at Melbourne public hearing 11 June 2014
2 Language competence: A hidden disability in antisocial behaviour, InPsych article from June 2013, tabled by Associate Professor Pamela Snow, at Melbourne public hearing 11 June 2014
3 Oral Language Competence, Young Speakers, and the Law, LSHSS article from October 2012, tabled by Associate Professor Pamela Snow, at Melbourne public hearing 11 June 2014
4 Youth (in)justice: Oral language competence in early life and risk for engagement in antisocial behaviour in adolescence, article from November 2011, tabled by Associate Professor Pamela Snow, at Melbourne public hearing 11 June 2014
5 Model diagrams, tabled by Melbourne Cleft Service, Royal Children's Hospital, at Melbourne public hearing 11 June 2014
6 Snapshot of speech pathology in child and adolescent/youth mental health services: Victoria, tabled by Alfred Child and Youth Mental Health Service, at Melbourne public hearing 11 June 2014
7 Language and Social Exclusion, I CAN Talk series - Issue 4, tabled by Alfred Child and Youth Mental Health Service, at Melbourne public hearing 11 June 2014
8 Opening presentation, tabled by Broken Hill University, Department of Rural Health, University of Sydney, at Sydney public hearing 12 June 2014
9 Training Secondary School Teachers in Instructional Language Modification Techniques to Support Adolescents With Language Impairment: A Randomized Controlled Trail, LSHSS article from October 2012, tabled by Discipline of Speech Pathology, University of Sydney, at Sydney public hearing 12 June 2014
10 Mental Health Clinical Guidelines, from Speech Pathology Australia, received 20 June 2014
11 Mental Health Position Statement, from Speech Pathology Australia, received 20 June 2014
12 Information, from Apunipima Cape York Health Council, received 27 June 2014
13 Information sheet about Apunipima Cape York Health Council, from Apunipima Cape York Health Council, received 27 June 2014
14 Information on Apunipima's preventative early education program: the Baby One Program, from Apunipima Cape York Health Council, received 4 July 2014

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About this inquiry

An inquiry into the prevalence of different types of speech, language and communication disorders and speech pathology services in Australia.

Past Public Hearings

11 Jun 2014: Melbourne, VIC
12 Jun 2014: Sydney, NSW
20 Jun 2014: Canberra, ACT

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