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Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (SLPA) faculty, students, alumni, and collaborators presented at the ASHA 2019 convention.  

Oral Seminar:

  • Title: "Supporting Communication and Participation in Recreation and Leisure Settings: Perspectives from Research and Clinical Practice"
  • Authors: Dr. David Hajjar, Assistant Professor (SLPA), and Molly Hajjar, MPA, CTRS

Poster Presentations:

  • Title: "Diagnostic Accuracy of Tests of Children's Language, Speech Sound Development, and Phonological Awareness"
  • Presenting Author: Dr. Luanne Andersson, Associate Professor (SLPA)
  • Non-Presenting Authors: Alison Grace Hammond, Jessica Takatch, Kathleen Greenan, Connor Donnelly, and Charlene Kush (graduate class of 2019)
  • Title: "Treatment of Speech Sound Disorders as a Function of Lexical Variables: A Stimuli Database"
  • Presenting Authors: Dr. Skott Jones, Associate Professor (SLPA), Jenna Abrahamsen, Danielle Edelstein, and Jenna Supinski (undergraduate class of 2019)
  • Title: "Incorporating PhotoVoice as a Strategy for Improving Oral Proficiency in Adult English Language Learners"
  • Presenting Author: Samantha Watts (BS '18, current MS student)
  • Non-Presenting Authors: Marie Sanford, Retired Clinical Associate Professor (SLPA), Morgan McLenithan (BS '18)

SLPA Faculty, Students, and Collaborators Present at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in Orlando, Florida. | 0 Comments |
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