“I have aphasia after a stroke. It affects how I speak and sometimes I have difficulty processing what people are saying. For me, access is having people show me what they are talking about and giving me time to communicate using my device or communication book.”
Bill Scott – Retired
When using a business or organization, people who have speech and language disabilities have the right to expect to:
Credits: Adapted from Communication Disabilities Access Canada (CDAC)
Current as of: May 30, 2018
Author: Allied Health, Speech, Language, Hearing and Audiology, Alberta Health Services
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