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Dr. Robert Keith, Professor Emeritus, University of Cincinnati, discusses auditory processing assessment and intervention. Dr. Keith is the author of the newly revised SCAN 3:A (adolescents & Adults) and SCAN 3:C (children) Tests of... more

Stephen Sacks, developer of SATPAC, discussed remediation of articulation deficits and phonological processes with the use of SATPAC software. SATPAC info at SATPAC.com

Patricia A. Prelock, Chair of Communication Sciences, University of Vermont, discussed communication needs of those with mental retardation, developmental delay, and autism.

Nancy Telian, MS, CCC-SLP, maintains a private practice in Weymouth, MA. She is affiliated with Boston’s MGH Institute of Health Professions graduate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She will discuss phonemic awareness... more

Deborah Adamczyk, CCC-SLP, is the ASHA, Director of School Services, and she will be discussing the changing roles and workloads of school-based SLPs

Harvey Firestone is a speech therapist whose career has included five U.S. military services, as well as schools, colleges, motion pictures, an extensive radio career, and lecturing. To view some of his publications visit... more

Guest: Dr. Susan Hendler Lederer, Associate Professor (Adelphi University), who has been researching child and parent programs for toddlers and preschoolers with language delays, will discuss facilitating early lexical acquisition.

Speech Pathologist Steven Siegelman was practicing in St. Croix (Virgin Islands), when he decided to more to Alaska. Hear the story of his move and his discussion of Coarticulation Therapy.

Dr. John Haskell has maintained a private practice in New York City for over a decade. He specializes in voice disorders and stuttering. Dr. Haskell is a Board Recognized Specialist in Fluency Disorders.

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