Interview with Dr. Abby Hemmerich of University of Wisconsin Eau Claire

Read our interview with, Abby Hemmerich an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. She teaches in the areas of voice, speech science, and accent addition. Her research interests include voice therapy efficacy, vocal tremor and spasmodic dysphonia, and teaching pedagogy and student engagement.

Speech Disorder Resource Guide for K-12 Students

Whether your goal is to advocate for alternative assignments, improve a speech, language, or communication disorder, or make friends with others who share and understand your disorder, there are resources out there for you.

Top Speech Pathology Blogs

Although online speech pathology master’s programs don’t usually offer concentrations, speech-language pathologists (SLPs) do have the ability to focus their career on different populations, settings, conditions, and teaching strategies. We created this list of top speech pathology blogs to celebrate all of the interesting paths a speech pathology career can take!

Faculty Interview Series

Check out our interview series with prominent SLP professors from various master's in speech-language pathology programs. Each interview will introduce you to interesting work being done in the field by amazing SLP faculty.

When to Take Your Child to the SLP

You may not realize that many of the most common childhood disabilities are helped by speech pathology. This guide will take you through disorders for which speech, language, or communication issues are a component and offer resources that you can use to educate yourself on how speech therapy can help your child.