Event Title

Communication Disorders Capstone Projects

Author/ Authors/ Presenter/ Presenters/ Panelists:

Catherine Balthazar, Governors State University

Location

Hall of Governors

Start Date

4-1-2016 4:00 PM

End Date

4-1-2016 6:00 PM

Other Presentation Disciplines:

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

Abstract

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

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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