Event Title

Communication Disorders Capstone Projects

Location

Hall of Governors

Start Date

1-4-2016 4:00 PM

End Date

1-4-2016 6:00 PM

Description

MHS students in Communication Disorders must present a case-study of a patient or client with whom they complete a single-subject study of treatment effects. Ten completed Poster Sessions based on these case studies will be grouped and presented.

  • Dysphonia Hygiene and Treatment-Seeking Practices of Professional Singers
    Tempe Thomas, M.H.S., Stephanie Hughes, Ph.D.
  • The Effects of the Expanding Expression Tool (EET) on Describing/Defining Vocabulary Words
    Melissa Maturo
  • The Effect of Syllable-Timed Speech Treatment with a Metronome on Disfluent Speech in a School-Age Child Who Stutters
    Kelly A. Lorenz, MT-BC
  • Comparison of Gestures Versus Pictures to Initiate a Request Independently
    Nina Giannos
  • Effectiveness of Using Tactile Cues to Reduce Velar Fronting at the Word Level in a School-Aged Child with Speech Sound Disorders
    Taylor Kent
  • Improvement in Word Retrieval Through the Use of Semantic Feature Analysis for an Adult with Acute Aphasia
    Lindsey Mulrenin

Comments

Dr. Catherine Balthazar is the Chair for the Department of Communication Disorders in the College of Health Human Services.

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Communication Disorders Capstone Projects

Hall of Governors

MHS students in Communication Disorders must present a case-study of a patient or client with whom they complete a single-subject study of treatment effects. Ten completed Poster Sessions based on these case studies will be grouped and presented.

  • Dysphonia Hygiene and Treatment-Seeking Practices of Professional Singers
    Tempe Thomas, M.H.S., Stephanie Hughes, Ph.D.
  • The Effects of the Expanding Expression Tool (EET) on Describing/Defining Vocabulary Words
    Melissa Maturo
  • The Effect of Syllable-Timed Speech Treatment with a Metronome on Disfluent Speech in a School-Age Child Who Stutters
    Kelly A. Lorenz, MT-BC
  • Comparison of Gestures Versus Pictures to Initiate a Request Independently
    Nina Giannos
  • Effectiveness of Using Tactile Cues to Reduce Velar Fronting at the Word Level in a School-Aged Child with Speech Sound Disorders
    Taylor Kent
  • Improvement in Word Retrieval Through the Use of Semantic Feature Analysis for an Adult with Acute Aphasia
    Lindsey Mulrenin