We are delighted to have partnered with The Speech and Hearing Project (Australia), The Trinh Foundation (Vietnam) and the School of Audiology, Speech & Language Therapy, University of Ghana. These three organisations have created an exciting training package for speech-language pathologists, or those working in the field, in low-middle income countries.
The training was developed with funding from Speech Pathology Australia, and aims to explore and understand ethical thinking and decision making amongst those working in a speech-therapy related clinical setting.
We are excited to be running this online workshop with our trained dysphagia clinicians, and have completed the first half already. It is facilitated by one of our Speech-Language Pathologists and the outcomes and feedback will be given to the workshop developers. This will help shape future training and understanding of ethical speech-therapy practice in low-middle income countries.