Communication Rights Australia conduct education in the community to service providers, students groups and people with little or no speech. Our intention is to make contact with relevant stakeholders to enable a process of learning, sharing information and gaining awareness of services, as well as giving services a clearer picture of function of Communication Rights.
These sessions are tailored to the audience outlining what the supporting Human Rights Frameworks are that support people with disabilities, how to identify their needs and how to respond when individuals have had their rights infringed.
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The Outreach service disseminates information to people about advocacy and Human Rights. Through this service, Communication Rights Australia gains further insight into metro-Melbourne and Regional Victoria service provisions for people with speech and communication difficulties.
The sessions are conducted at the stakeholders place of work providing the opportunity of larger numbers of staff to be included at the one time. This can then be included as part of their professional development requirements. This makes it more cost effective.
These sessions cover practical approaches and strategies that can be utilised to ensure the individual/s voices are heard. Case studies are used to help explore the issues confronting people with communication difficulties and or little or no speech.
The presentations are interactive enabling the audience to explore the practical applications on how to address and ensure people with communication difficulties and or little or no speech voices are heard.
Presentations are delivered across the state, at a suitable time and location as organised by the person / organisation making the request and the training.