VR to Aid Communication Disorders

In a new exciting move, researchers at the University of Queensland direct their focus towards the use of Virtual Reality to enhance rehabilitation concerning speech pathology. The virtual reality system replicates real-life scenarios to give patients a chance to practice their communication skills.

To learn more about this VR initiative we were joined by Dr Atiyeh Vaezipour,  research fellow at the Recover Injury Research Centre, University of Queensland.

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