Dr Carly Meyer
Role: Project Leader/Key Researcher
Dr Carly Meyer is a speech pathologist who currently holds a HEARing CRC Postdoctoral Fellowship. She is also affiliated with the Communication Disability Centre at The University of Queensland. Carly’s research focuses on the holistic management of children and adults with a communication disorder, and is driven by the World Health Organisation’s International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health.
Specifically, Carly’s research interests are associated with:
- Improving outcomes for older adults with hearing impairment through the development of novel treatment approaches;
- The holistic management of people living in the community with dementia and concomitant hearing loss;
- Improving communication and psychosocial outcomes for people with Down syndrome and their families through the development of novel treatment approaches;
- The implementation of family-centered care in speech pathology and audiology practice; and
- The evaluation of functional outcomes following intervention for communication disorders.
- XR4.1.3 Telehealth Clinician Support and Education
- XR4.1.2 Telehealth Package For Remote Assessment Of The Clinical Population With Hearing Loss
- XR4.1.1 Improving Hearing Healthcare Access And Outcomes For Older Adults
- XR3.3.5 Developing Best-Practice Guidelines For Implementing Patient-Centred Hearing Healthcare