In coordination with the success of the CE event, The Hanen Centre and the SLP department are bringing a free, research based program that increases language skills for children zero to five years of age with speech and language delays to campus.
With the temperatures up and down for weeks, and although spring has yet to make an appearance for longer than a day or two, it’s safe to say spring has officially arrived at the University’s D’Arrigo Family Gallery.
On Wednesday, April 4, faculty, staff and students from across the University’s programs – including Optometry, Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology, and for the first time Physician Assistant Studies – participated in an interprofessional screening event at the Community College of Philadelphia’s Northwest Regional Center.
Featuring the work of 17 artists from the Salus University community, the second exhibit of the year in the D’Arrigo Family Gallery – housed in the University’s Hafter Student Community Center – will be unveiled with an opening reception on Monday, March 5, 5-7 p.m.
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.