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Dr. Rebecca Amery is a lecturer and clinical education coordinator in speech pathology at Charles Darwin University. She completed her PhD in 2023, involving collaborative development of aided augmentative and alternative (AAC) systems with Yolŋu families living with Machado-Joseph disease. She also has a Graduate Certificate in Yolŋu Studies from Charles Darwin University and a Bachelor of Speech Pathology from the University of Newcastle. Rebecca has experience working as a speech pathologist across the lifespan with people living with complex communication needs in Melbourne and across the Northern Territory, as well as in Vietnam and Indonesia. She has clinical and research interests in collaborative, intercultural and culturally responsive speech pathology, communication access, and augmentative and alternative communication.


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