Liverpool is one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse areas in Australia. According to the 2011 census, the main languages spoken in the area are: Arabic, Hindi, Vietnamese, Italian and Spanish. The main languages spoken by the children who are seen by the speech pathology department are: Vietnamese, Arabic, Mandarin (Putonghua), Hindi, Khmer, and Assyrian. This is a great place to make use of the resources our team has developed for supporting multilingual children's speech.
|Some of the Liverpool Health Services speech pathologists and interpreters who attended the|
|Sharynne, Tia Croft (head speech pathologist), and Sarah Verdon|
|Kate Jones, Tia Croft, Sharynne and Sarah Verdon |
discussing the workshop the night before the presentation