Speech Pathology Week 2017

In 2017, Speech Pathology Week is 20-26 August.

Speech Pathology Week 2016

This is the official logo for Speech Pathology Week in 2016. The logo represents the future and does this by displaying three heads representing the aging processIn 2016, Speech Pathology Week was 7-13 August.

Speech Pathology Week seeks to promote the speech pathology profession and the work done by speech pathologist with the more than 1.1 million Australians who have a communication or swallowing disorder that impacts on their daily life.

Communication is a basic human right and Speech Pathology Week seeks to promote this fact.

Theme

The theme for Speech Pathology Week in 2016 is: Speech Pathology – Creating Futures!

This theme highlights the Speech Pathology 2030 project, while reinforcing the important role that speech pathologists play in the lives of Australians with speech and swallowing difficulties.

Speech Pathology Week Mini-mags

This photograph shows the cover and a selection of pages from the Speech Pathology Week mini-mag.

As part of Speech Pathology Week 70,000 mini-mags have been produced and distributed throughout cafes, galleries, museums, theatres, universities, etc.. A mini-mag is a postcard-sized 12-page booklet or mini-magazine. The small booklet promotes Speech Pathology Week, the speech pathology profession, and Speech Pathology Australia. It also explains what a speech pathologist is, how to find one, and how to become one. Looking to find a Mini-mag?

Campaign Kits

The ordering of Speech Pathology Week Kits has now closed and packing of the individual kits has commenced. Kits will be dispatched over the coming days to members who placed an order. State Branches will receive a their own kit shortly.

Digital Campaign Materials

The Association is also making available a range of campaign materials, including:

  • an A5-sized flyer – available in print-ready (commercial printer) and office-friendly formats This graphic is associated with the hyperlink that precedes it and indicates the document is in PDF.
  • two A2-sized campaign posters – available in print-ready (commercial printer) and office-friendly formats This graphic is associated with the hyperlink that precedes it and indicates the document is in PDF.
  • the campaign logo is available in a web-ready format (72 dpi) and a high resolution format (300 dpi). Both formats supply the logo with large dimensions (width x height). The logo should be scaled to the size required This graphic is associated with the hyperlink that precedes it and indicates the document is in PDF.
  • a line drawing of the Speech Pathology Week logo – great for a children’s colour competition This graphic is associated with the hyperlink that precedes it and indicates the document is in PDF..

Social media

Help promote Speech Pathology Week through social media. Where appropriate, remember to include the Association’s handle @SpeechPathAus and/or the hashtag #SPWeek

In addition, use the Speech Pathology Email Signature Block to promote the week through email traffic.

Logo

The Speech Pathology Week 2016 logo is now available in a web-ready format (72 dpi) and a high resolution print format (300 dpi). With both formats, the logo should be scaled to the size required.

Draft Media Release

A draft media release (template) for promoting Speech Pathology Week with local media is available for members-only This graphic is associated with the hyperlink that precedes it and indicates the document is in Microsoft Word Format..

Speech Pathology Week in past years

For information about Speech Pathology Week in past years contact the Association.