Wei Lin completed a Master of Speech Pathology at University of Melbourne in 2020 and was the recipient of Tavistock Trust for Aphasia Student Award (2020). Since graduating, Wei Lin has worked in the community neurological rehabilitation setting. 

Wei Lin has experience in managing clients with:

  • Stroke
  • Acquired brain injury
  • Progressive neurological disorders
  • Mental health conditions

She has a special interest in assisting clients with aphasia and progressive neurological disorders, particularly clients in aged care. 

Wei Lin supports clients in accessing Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) systems, and to attend the Mandarin Speaking ABI Social Group, run by IRS. Wei Lin truly takes pride in her role of increasing people’s participation in activities, and improving/maintaining a person’s dignity and quality of life in accordance with their wishes and preferences. 

Wei Lin absolutely loves how community rehab can support integration back into communities, work, study and life. She is passionate about supporting and enhancing social relationships, and reducing loneliness and social isolation among people with communication impairments.

As well as English, Wei Lin is proficient in Malay and can provide therapy in this language. She also speaks conversational Mandarin and Cantonese at a functional level. 

On weekends, you can find Wei Lin listening to music, catching up with friends over a meal or phone call, video calling family back home and spending time in gardens. 


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