A sampling from media accounts that reference Ithaca College or quote members of the college community.
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Tina Caswell, clinical instructor in speech-language pathology and audiology
Equine assisted therapy and a speech generating software device called Dynovox have been helping autistic children learn how to express themselves, reports WIVT from Binghamton. Caswell says of the program’s success, “For these kids, it has been wonderful because of the progress I've already seen here, not just with the kids, but with the parents has been fabulous. The parents have already made changes in their homes. They're trying to use the device more at home, being better communication partners for their children. So, what I see for these six kids is great success for them and I see them being very competent communicators and really developing good language and communication skills in the future.”
Publication Date: August 8, 2012
Headline: “STAT using horse therapy”
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