The Communication Research Registry
Do you or your child have difficulty hearing, talking, understanding, reading, writing, spelling?
Would you like to help improve services for people with a communication difficulty? You are invited to join The Communication Research Registry.
What is the Communication Research Registry?
A register of people who would like to be involved in communication research.
The aim of the Registry is to support ethically approved research.
This research will help to improve services for children and adults with communication difficulties and their families.
It does not cost any money to be a member.
Who is invited to join the Registry?
Infants, toddlers, school-aged children and adolescents who have a communication delay/difficulty.
Parents/guardians, siblings and other family members of children who have a communication delay/difficulty.
Adults with a communication difficulty. This may be as a result of stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, dementia.
Registry members are:
Provided with information about new research projects that you may wish to be a part of
Invited to do research
Members choose what research they want to do
It does not matter how many studies members participate in
Registry members receive an annual newsletter
Registry members are invited to attend various functions and activities
Are you interested?
Would you like more information?
Visit our website: www.crregistry.org.au or
Contact: Professor Linda Worrall
Telephone: 07 3365 2891
Fax: 07 3355 1877
Write to: Professor Linda Worrall
Communication Disability Centre
Division of Speech Pathology
School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
The University of Queensland