• WHAT WE DO
    WHAT WE DO

    Trinh Foundation Australia works to assist the Vietnamese people to establish Speech Therapy as a profession in their country. We collaborate with our Vietnamese partners to create ...

  • VOLUNTEER
    VOLUNTEER

    You can volunteer for Trinh Foundation in a number of ways – and you don’t have to leave the country, if you don’t want to. We are always looking for volunteers, to travel to Vietnam ...

  • CURRENT WORK
    CURRENT WORK

    TFA works in partnership with a number of educational and clinical institutions throughout Vietnam to deliver on our mission of bringing speech therapy to Vietnam ...

Mentoring Program a Success

The 2020 Beyond Border’s Mentoring Program finished in December. Pandemic, floods and time differences did not get in the way of another successful year of mentoring. 5 mentors, 13 mentees and 5 interpreters took part in this year’s program and the program’s feedback was very positive. Our mentors from Australia, the UK and US, reported once again enjoying connecting with Vietnam and its speech therapy profession. A theme that continued to emerge through this year’s program was the competency and determination of Vietnamese speech therapists to develop their clinical and reasoning skills.

The program will recommence mid-2021. Mentors are matched to Vietnamese speech therapists with similar caseloads and areas of interests.

If you are interested email volunteers-tfa@trinhfoundation.org for more details.

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FIND A SPEECH THERAPIST IN VIETNAM

Our database contains the locations of over 33 speech therapists and clinics located in Vietnam.

Graduate Stories

How Vietnam’s first 33 graduate speech therapists are helping the people who need them.

  • Unforgettable Day for Mr Dien
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    Unforgettable Day for Mr Dien
    Mr Le Khanh Dien recounts how submitting his thesis felt: “The date of 7 December 2020 was unforgett...
  • Mr Dien Presents Part of his PhD Thesis
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    Mr Dien Presents Part of his PhD Thesis
    Congratulations to Mr Le Khanh Dien (PhD Candidate, University of Newcastle, Australia) on presentin...