Speech language pathologists can provide gender affirming voice and communication training to help transgender individuals safely alter their voice.
Recent studies demonstrate the important role parents play in speech therapy for children with autism. Learn how parents of children diagnosed with autism can support the work of speech therapists to aid in their child's language development, and how to compliment formal therapy sessions outside a therapist's office.
Dr. Veyvoda works with deaf or hard of hearing children, providing speech and auditory therapy to children who use sign language and spoken English.
Dr. Andreatta is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders at the University of Kentucky.
Dr. Weill's research interests include the role of memory as well as the interaction style in language development of toddlers.
Dr. Gray leads the Child Language and Literacy Lab, focusing on the development of early literacy, reading, and working memory in children and adolescents.
Learn about Emily's work with the Moore Autism Center and Oklahoma AbleTech helping people select Augmentative and Alternative Communication devices.
Dr. Madden researches aphasia, with a particular interest in the relationship between spoken and written language processing.
Dr. Mahendra is a multilingual speech-language pathologist who specializes in adult neurogenic language disorders, specifically dementia and aphasia.
Dr. Johnson's research investigates influence of structure of practice, feedback, and motivation for learning when healthy and following a brain injury.