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Anne Mcdonald Centre

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The Anne McDonald Centre provides services to people who are unable to talk, or to talk clearly, as a result of conditions such as cerebral palsy, strokes, acquired brain damage, autism, Down syndrome, or intellectual impairment - anyone whose speech is not clear enough, fluent enough or reliable enough to allow them to get across everything they want to say.

The Anne McDonald Centre used to be called DEAL, standing for Dignity, Education, Advocacy and Language. When DEAL opened in 1986 it was the first centre in Australia solely devoted to the needs of people with little or no intelligible speech.

538 Dandenong Road
3162 Caulfield
Fax: -15772
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