- Let’s Communicate – handbook by WHO for working with children who have communication disorders
- Communication Support World Network has a newsletter published twice per year, its goal being to offer practical information to those interested in AAC and assistive technology in areas of the world where these fields are still emerging.
- The Leaders Project was developed in conjunction with Columbia University and aims to support people with communication disabilities in Africa by offering resources e.g. cleft palate speech therapy materials and resources for AAC in a range of languages.
- The November 2016 edition of Speech Pathology Australia’s Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech Language Pathology:“Creating Sustainable Services: Minority World SLPs in Majority World Contexts”
- A Day in the Life of a SLT in Kenya David Rochus at MMU SLT Society
- Watch a short video of CTI’s chair, Julie Marshall, talking about her work on access to sexual and reproductive health education (SRHE) and sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) prevention services for refugees with communication disability.
- Open Access Paper: Wylie, K., McAllister, L., Davidson, B., and Marshall. J. Communication rehabilitation in Sub-Saharan Africa – a workforce profile of speech and language therapists. Africa Journal of Disability.
- Special open access edition of IJSLP: International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology special edition on the world report on disability (2013)
- Open Access Paper: Wylie et al (2017) Self-help and help-seeking for communication disability in Ghana: implications for the development of communication disability rehabilitation services. Globalization and Health.