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Lucy Knox Lecturer, Human Communications Sciences, Speech Pathology

Dr Lucy Knox is a speech pathologist, lecturer and researcher with almost twenty years' experience working with people with disability across research, practice and policy settings.

As a member of the Living with Disability Research Centre, Lucy's research focusses on understanding and developing strategies to maximise the social, community and political participation of adults with acquired brain injury (ABI). Her PhD research involved an exploration of the experiences of adults with severe traumatic brain injury, and those who support them, in making decisions about their lives after injury.

As a speech pathologist, Lucy has worked with adults and adolescents with ABI across inpatient, outpatient and community based settings. She has also worked with adults with complex support needs who have been involved in the criminal justice system.

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