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Impact of Expressive and Receptive Aphasia

The ABC state based 7.30 Report in South Australia interviewed Talkback Co-Chair Thomas Bunning and his mother, Treasurer Anne Bunning. The story explains how Tom acquired aphasia and includes an interview with the Health Minister, Hon Jack Snelling, explaining the Minister’s aim to achieve 7 day rosters in hospitals.


Reading and writing with Apple Technology

Thomas Bunning demonstrates how to use speech to text and text to speech using Apple computers, ipads and iphones.

Thomas Bunning is Co-Chair of Talkback. The video was produced for Talkback by Mike Worsman, 2013, 7 minutes.



The Aphasia DVD Collection: A presentation for the friends of people with aphasia
La Trobe University  (2009)

Talking Back – Conference of Australian Aphasia Association 2002
Burnside, South Australia (August 2002); Keynote speaker: Carol Pound
4 discs of presentations from people with aphasia and their families and friends, as well as professionals at the AAA conference in Adelaide 2002.

Presentation for Stroke awareness week, Australia 2007
A DVD by Winston Jerome Lindsley, a stroke survivor. Winston speaks and shares his life experiences while demonstrating and describing his techniques for managing speech and aphasia (25minutes).

Darlene Williamson
A DVD produced by Winston Jerome Lindsley with Speech Pathologist, Darlene Williamson, describing the differences between aphasia and apraxia of speech (28 minutes).

Speaking Out
Aphasia Conference, Boston USA (2006)
A number DVDs of presentations at the conference.

 

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to see our extensive range of resources.
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South Australia, 5033
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