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The Robin Tavistock Award 2014

Linda Worrall Oct 07 2 Compressed

We are delighted to share the news that Professor Linda Worrall is the 2014 recipient of The Robin Tavistock Award.
The presentation is made in recognition of a significant and inspirational contribution in the field of aphasia. The Trustees of the Tavistock Trust for Aphasia said in their announcement:
"Linda has developed and evaluated new integrated approaches to managing and improving not only the aphasic condition, but also its many associated consequences. She has been a pioneer in ensuring that the client is at the centre of all that is done. This has influenced the perception and work of others.

Linda is recognised as being a passionate and exceptional teacher, galvanising and inspiring the next generation of speech pathologists. This, coupled with her rigorous, ground-breaking client centred research has established her as a leader in the field of aphasia, and someone who has a earned the respect from her peers not only in Australia, but internationally."
Please visit the The Tavistock Trust website for the award details.
Prof Worrall is the Director for the Centre for Clinical Research Excellence (CCRE) in Aphasia Rehabilitaiton and led the CATs working group for Societal Impact and Re-integration for the first year of the Collaboration.