Kaupapa Māori Tool for Stroke Survivors to Communicate Again

Nov. 23, 2021, 12:43 p.m.

A kaupapa Māori speech language therapy package for whānau with communication difficulties caused by stroke. Dr Karen Brewer, a speech language therapist and researcher at The University of Auckland spent many hours hearing the stories of Māori and their whānau after experiencing a stroke. Dr Brewer went on to listen to the experiences of speech language therapists, Māori health specialists and Stroke Foundation community advisors which lead to her creating Ngā Whāriki Kōrero, a kaupapa Māori tool for stroke survivors to communicate again.

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