November 20, 2013
Faculty, students in communication sciences and disorders present at national conference
Faculty and students in the College of Human Ecology's Communication Sciences and Disorders program in the School of Family Studies and Human Services presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's annual conference, Nov. 14-16, in Chicago.
The following faculty and students and the title of their presentations in the conference include:
Maria Baker, graduate student, and Debra Burnett, assistant professor, “Prosody in Children with ASD in Narrative & Figurative Contexts.”
Debra Burnett, assistant professor, and Ann Smit, professor, “Standardizing the Caregiver/Parent Understanding–the-Child Questionnaire.”
Jane Garcia, professor, Edgar Chambers IV, professor, and Kelsey Brown, graduate student, “Visualizing Thickened Liquids with Low-Tech Clinical Tools: Applications for Caregiver Training.”
Jane Garcia, professor, Debra Sellers, associate professor, Amy Hilgendorf, and Debra Burnett, assistant professor, “TBIoptions: Promoting Knowledge About Traumatic Brain Injury.”