This year's American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Conference held in Philadelphia this November will feature a lot of La Salle expertise. In terms of presentations and information sharing in the field of Speech-Language-Hearing, SLHS faculty and/or students will be providing a total of eight presentations at this event.
- Evelyn Klein (Faculty) and Adele Gerber (SLHS advisory board): "Symposium Speech-Language Approach to Early Reading Success"
- Motley, M. T. (Graduate Student) & Klein, E. R.(Faculty) "The Effects of Expressive Language Based Assessment on Preschool Learning"
- Faculty members Barbara Amster and Evelyn Klein:"The Role of Perfectionism in Stuttering"
- Faculty members Evelyn Klein and Barbara Amster: "Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for People Who Stutter: An Efficacy Study"
- Faculty members Amster, Klein, Kleinow, Ruiz, & Mancinelli: "Using La Salle University's Course Material Competency Checklists for Formative Assessment"
- Faculty member Jennifer Kleinow: "Autonomic Arousal and Lip Coordination in Adult and Child Speakers"
- Graduate Students Sarah Houston, Dolores O'Hara, Lauren Francks and Samantha Milner: "Teacher's Perceptions of Children Who Stutter"
- Graduate student Renee Geist: "The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills with Autistic Children"