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  • Become an Audiologist or SLP & Reward Yourself with a Career that Helps Others

    Audiologists and speech-language pathologists (SLP) discuss rewards of the professions and the joy they receive by helping people to communicate.

  • Infant hearing test – Audiology at the University of Canterbury

    Demonstration of an infant audiometric assessment (hearing test) carried out at the Speech and Hearing Clinic of the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. For information about becoming an Audiologist, see http://www.cmds.canterbury.ac.nz/

  • Speech-Language Pathology Career: Choosing a Hospital or School

    Brenda Gorman, PH.D, talks with John Consalvi, M.A., CCC-SLP, about the differences between working as a speech-language pathologist in a hospital vs. a school. Issues mentioned include the caseload, pace, schedules and the impact of funding sources. Dr. Gorman also shares how exposure to different settings caused her to change her career focus from working […]

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Presenting our Vendors and Exhibitors for SPALS 2015

| September 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

We are very happy to share the names of our vendors and exhibitors whose help makes our SPALS Conference possible. 2015 SPALS CONFERENCE EXHIBITORS LOUISIANA HANDS & VOICES Exhibitor: Mariah Ranko/Jill Guidry Resources for parents & professionals working with children who are deaf or hard of hearing mariah.ranko@la.gov handsandvoicesofla@yahoo.com NORTHERN SPEECH SERVICES Exhibitors: Shirl Derby/Keli […]

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Louisiana Summit for Deaf Education Reform January 24th, 2015

| January 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

The new non-profit iLEEAD (Inspiring Leadership, Education, Employment, Advocacy for Deaf) is joining Deaf Education Alliance for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education Reform. I-LEEAD, in conjunction with the Deaf Education Alliance, is pleased to present the Louisiana Summit for Deaf Education Reform. This unprecedented event will be a one-day conference for stakeholders (parents, teachers, administration, policymakers, […]

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