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For teens, getting access to speech pathology services depends on where you live

By Nichola Shelton, PhD candidate, University of Sydney
Julia Starling, Adjunct Lecturer, University of Sydney
Natalie Munro, Associate Professor and speech pathologist, University of Sydney
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Tens of thousands of Australian teenagers live with a communication disability, meaning they struggle with speaking, listening, reading, writing, and/or social skills.

Communication disability can include

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