Associate Professor Pammi Raghavendra

1989 …2023

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Research Biography

"Communication is the essence of life," (ASHA, 1991, p.9). Pammi is a speech pathologist with over 30 years of research, clinical and/or teaching experience in working with children and adults with disabilities, especially those with complex communication needs using augmentative and alternative communication. She was the Manager of Research at Novita Children's Services, Adelaide, for over 12 years setting up a vibrant multi-disciplinary research program, before joining Flinders in 2011. Pammi's current  research interest focuses on facilitating the participation of individuals with disabilities using inclusive technologies. Pammi has international experience having worked and/or studied in India, Singapore, USA and Sweden.

Research Interests

  • Understanding and measuring the participation of children and adults with disabilities especially those with complex communication needs at home, school and community;
  • Enhancing the participation of children and adults with complex communication needs and other disabilities using mainstream technologies such as iPads, social media, and online social networking


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