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School of HSHP Well Represented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in Boston, MA, November 15 - 17, 2018

Contributed by Maureen Forrest on 12/04/18 

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Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (SLPA) faculty, students, and alumni, faculty from the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies (RLS) and from the Department of Occupational Therapy (OT), and collaborators from across the nation presented at the ASHA 2018 convention.  In addition, approximately 75 guests attended the Ithaca College Open House for Alumni and Friends held at the convention on Friday evening.   

Oral Seminars:
Title: “Disasters, AAC Users & SLPs: Lessons from the Trenches “
Authors: Amy Goldman, retired Co-Executive Director of the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, Liz Begley, Retired IC Clinical Faculty (SLPA) and SLP in College Station TX, Sarah Blackstone, past President/CEO of Augmentative Communication Inc. and an AAC-RERC emerita, Tina Caswell, Clinical Assistant Professor (SLPA), Dr. Wendy Quach, Associate Professor San José State University, and Dr. Carole Zangari, Associate Professor at Nova Southeastern University

Title: “Creating Meaningful Opportunities for Communication Interaction, Learning, and Participation across Activities of Leisure and Recreation”
Authors: Dr. David Hajjar, Assistant Professor (SLPA), Dr. John McCarthy, Associate Professor and Associate Director of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Ohio University, and Eve Megargel, educator and filmmaker in Massachusetts

Title: An Interprofessional Education (IPE) Initiative: Preparing Students for Interprofessional Practice through a Collaborative Case-Based Model
Presenting Authors: Jana Waller, Clinical Assistant Professor, Chair, Fieldwork Coordinator (SLPA), Susan Durnford, Clinical Associate Professor (SLPA), Dr. Janice Monroe, Professor and Chair (RLS), and Jessica Valdez-Taves, Assistant Professor (OT)
Non-Presenting Authors: Dr. Laura Gras, Associate Professor [Department of Physical Therapy (PT)], Dr. Samantha Brown, Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Clinical Education (PT), Dr. Sarah Fishel, Assistant Professor (PT), and Dr. Kayleigh Plumeau, Assistant Professor and Associate Director of Clinical Education (PT)

Poster Presentations:
Title: “Vocabulary Related to Communicating, Feeling, & Thinking as Presented in Picture Books”
Author: Dr. Luanne Andersson, Associate Professor (SLPA)

Title: “Communication First Aid: Developing AAC Vocabularies for Children during Emergencies & Disasters”
Authors: Elizabeth Begley, Retired IC Clinical Faculty (SLPA) and SLP in College Station TX, and Tina Caswell, Clinical Assistant Professor (SLPA)

Title: “Improving Social Communication Skills with Children with Complex Communication Needs during Hippotherapy Intervention”
Authors: Tina Caswell, Clinical Assistant Professor (SLPA) and Cassandra Natali (MS 2013)

Title: “Integrating Technology across Active Recreational Experiences: Creating Opportunities for Participation, Communication and Social Interaction”
Authors: Dr. David Hajjar, Assistant Professor (SLPA) and Dr. John McCarthy, Associate Professor and Associate Director of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Ohio University

Title: “¿Cómo Suena? Phonological Similarity in Spanish”
Author: Dr. Skott Jones, Associate Professor (SLPA)

Title: “Observations of Sensory Processing Behaviors & Social Communication Patterns in Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder”
Authors: Marie Sanford, Clinical Associate Professor (SLPA), Sarah Tracey (SLPA BS 2018), Amanda Guzman (SLPA BS 2017/MS 2019)

Title: “Leadership Evolution: A Collaborative Approach to Administration in a Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program”
Authors: Jana Waller, Clinical Assistant Professor, Chair, Fieldwork Coordinator (SLPA) and Mary Pitti, Clinical Associate Professor, Graduate Chair, Clinic Director (SLPA)

Title: “Discourse Characteristics after Chronic Mild Closed-Head Injury”
Authors: Dr. Yvonne Rogalski, Associate Professor (SLPA), Dr. Sarah Key-Delyria, Assistant Professor, Speech and Hearing Science Department at Portland State University
Non-Presenting Author: Christina Mosteller, graduate student at Portland State University

Title: “Student Clinicians Promoting Healthy Hearing in Music Schools: A Clinical Program Benefiting Students across Disciplines”
Authors: Dr. Amy Rominger, Clinical Assistant Professor (SLPA) and Riley Corcoran (BS 2018)

Title: “Incorporating Photovoice as a Reflection Strategy for Youth Offenders with LLD: A Case Study”*
Authors: Marie Sanford, Clinical Associate Professor (SLPA) and Kathleen Greenan (SLPA MS 19)
*This poster was designated by the ASHA Convention Program Committee as a Meritorious Poster Submission

Title: “Bilingual Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Review of Socio-linguistic Development”
Authors: Marie Sanford, Clinical Associate Professor (SLPA) Samantha Watts (SLPA BS 2018)

Title: “Assessment to Action: Applying the Ad Hoc Committee on Supervision Training Resources to Clinical Education”
Authors: Jana Waller, Clinical Assistant Professor, Chair, Fieldwork Coordinator (SLPA), Marie Sanford, Clinical Associate Professor, and Tina Caswell, Clinical Assistant Professor (SLPA)

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