November 2018 Paul K. Farrell, associate director of ASHA audiology practices, was quoted in a Consumer Reports article on the effects of technology on children’s hearing … SLP Phyllis Kupperman, founder of the Center for Speech and Language Disorders in Chicago and Lombard, Illinois, was interviewed by People magazine about possible ... People
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November 2018
The ASHA Leader, November 2018, Vol. 23, 18. doi:10.1044/leader.PPL.23112018.18
The ASHA Leader, November 2018, Vol. 23, 18. doi:10.1044/leader.PPL.23112018.18
In the media
Paul K. Farrell, associate director of ASHA audiology practices, was quoted in a Consumer Reports article on the effects of technology on children’s hearing … SLP Phyllis Kupperman, founder of the Center for Speech and Language Disorders in Chicago and Lombard, Illinois, was interviewed by People magazine about possible reasons for developmental speech delays in children … SLP Brooke Leiman, director of The Stuttering Clinic at the National Therapy Center in Bethesda, Maryland, and Jessica Safer, an SLP there, were featured in an article in Bethesda Magazine on Democratic nominee for Maryland governor Ben Jealous visiting the center to discuss his own stutter … Another article on Jealous and his stuttering history in the Washington Post featured comments by SLP Vivian Sisskin, clinical professor in hearing and speech sciences at the University of Maryland.
Named
SLP Adam M. Politis was named chief of the speech-language pathology section at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center … SLP Rebecca C. Politis was appointed associate director for health care services in speech-language pathology at ASHA. She previously worked as a medical-based SLP focusing primarily on children and adolescents.
Retired
SLP Joyce Arnold Renaud retired after 25 years as an instructor and clinical supervisor in the Department of Communication Disorders at Southeast Missouri State University. In addition to teaching courses in diagnostic and clinical methods and in deaf culture, she served on many university, college and departmental committees. She served as a faculty senator and undergraduate adviser and was the clinic coordinator for 11 years. Before joining the faculty at Southeast Missouri, Renaud worked as an SLP for the Perry County School District, Easter Seals Early Learning Center and Head Start. Renaud continues to provide services through the Missouri First Steps Birth–Three program.
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