Tools of the Trade
The See-Scape detects nasal emission of air during speech and gives you an objective assessment of nasal emission immediately. See-scape gives an indication of air flow pressure rather than nasality but in so doing indicates a lack of velopharyngeal competence that is perceived as hypernasality. -Mayer Johnson
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CSD Second Year Grad
To the first year Grad students and all the undergrads; everything we did in the clinic, all the excess paperwork, report writing, preparing for clients and time management will pay off in a huge way.
Marywood Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic was awarded a Starkey Foundation Grant for Speech and Hearing Screenings.
The Margaret Briggs Foundation awarded the Marywood Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic a grant for service to the community.
National Aphasia Month Fundraiser at Yogurt City
The Marywood University National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) Chapter was recently awarded a $250.00 Community Service Grant from the NSSLHA Executive Council. Grant money received was used to support a project which benefited St. Joseph’s Center.
The Marywood University Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association hosted a Career Awareness Event on November 12th on Marywood's campus.
Laura Drake was awarded 2014 Member Honors from the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) for her demonstration of outstanding leadership skills to our student chapter.
Laura was also awarded the 2014 Northeastern Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Pennsylvania $1000 Scholarship. This is the 4th year the scholarship has been awarded to a Marywood University student!
Lauren Lettieri (2012 Graduate) and Dr. Vijay Ramachandra had their research published in the Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology