pecialists from the Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Program at Cooper University Hospital in New Jersey – including an interdisciplinary team of three speech-language pathologists, an audiologist, a plastic surgeon and an orthodontist – provided a two-day course on how to meet the multifaceted needs of this specific population.
On the evening of Thursday, April 5, students from the Class of 2018 Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) program exhibited their capstone project posters to an attentive audience in the Hafter Student Community Center’s Bennett Lounge.
Robert Serianni, MS, CCC-SLP, clinical director, of the Speech-Language Institute, and Patricia Martin Mayro, MA, CCC-SLP clinical instructor, in the University’s Speech-Language Pathology program, both presented and exhibited at the 2018 Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association (PSHA) convention in Pittsburgh, Pa., March 21 – 24.
The University’s Speech-Language Institute (SLI) recently launched ‘Raise Your Voice’ - a new support group to assist those in the transgender community with voice and communication skills.
Robert Serianni, MS, CCC-SLP, clinical director of the Speech-Language Institute, notes that the second year Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) graduate students venture off campus for externship rotations during the fall and spring semesters.