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Group singing at the 2015 CSHA District 1 Award Ceremony

Faculty and Students at the 2015 State Convention

~ Written by Carmella McClure (Senior) The California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA) 2015 convention was held in Long Beach, California from March 5-8. Speech-Language pathologists (SLPs), Audiologists, Speech-Language Pathology Assistants (SLPAs), and students from all over the state gathered to attend

Group singing at the 2015 CSHA District 1 Award Ceremony

Faculty and Students at the 2015 State Convention

~ Written by Carmella McClure (Senior) The California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA) 2015 convention was held in Long Beach, California from March 5-8. Speech-Language pathologists (SLPs), Audiologists, Speech-Language Pathology Assistants (SLPAs), and students from all over the state gathered to attend

A Thank You to Our Supporters

Written by Melissa Jennings – Social Chair of the SFSU NSSLHA chapter Edited by Isabella Firpo – Media coordinator of the SFSU NSSLHA chapte San Francisco State University’s NSSLHA Chapter would like to take the time to thank the many

A Thank You to Our Supporters

Written by Melissa Jennings – Social Chair of the SFSU NSSLHA chapter Edited by Isabella Firpo – Media coordinator of the SFSU NSSLHA chapte San Francisco State University’s NSSLHA Chapter would like to take the time to thank the many

Student Perspective: Learning about Commercial Therapy Tools

~Written by Melissa Jennings – Social Chair of the SFSU NSSLHA Chapter ~Edited by Isabella Firpo – Media Coordinator of the SFSU NSSLHA Chapter The importance of understanding the material provided to us in our undergrad and graduate studies has

Student Perspective: Learning about Commercial Therapy Tools

~Written by Melissa Jennings – Social Chair of the SFSU NSSLHA Chapter ~Edited by Isabella Firpo – Media Coordinator of the SFSU NSSLHA Chapter The importance of understanding the material provided to us in our undergrad and graduate studies has

Fall 2014 Greeting from Our Honors-Winning NSSLHA!

~ Written by Isabella (Bella) Firpo (2014-15 NSSLHA Media/Publicity Coordinator) Welcome back to all San Francisco State University students! Our Communicative Disorder students, staff, and faculty are at it again working hard and making our department proud.  It is important

Fall 2014 Greeting from Our Honors-Winning NSSLHA!

~ Written by Isabella (Bella) Firpo (2014-15 NSSLHA Media/Publicity Coordinator) Welcome back to all San Francisco State University students! Our Communicative Disorder students, staff, and faculty are at it again working hard and making our department proud.  It is important

Photo of woman looking at scale weighing school district employee and contractor

School District Employee Versus Contractor: How to Decide?

This month’s issue of the ASHA Leader features an article written by CD alumna, Katy Duffy-Sherr, who is currently the lead SLP at Oakland Unified School District. She addresses a topic that many graduates and soon-to-be graduates want to know,

Photo of woman looking at scale weighing school district employee and contractor

School District Employee Versus Contractor: How to Decide?

This month’s issue of the ASHA Leader features an article written by CD alumna, Katy Duffy-Sherr, who is currently the lead SLP at Oakland Unified School District. She addresses a topic that many graduates and soon-to-be graduates want to know,

Soto & Yu (2014) article on bilingualism and AAC

Soto & Yu (2014) Considerations for the provision of services to bilingual children who use augmentative and alternative communication.

Soto, G., & Yu, B. (2014). Considerations for the provision of services to bilingual children who use augmentative and alternative communication. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Early Online, 1-10. http://informahealthcare.com/eprint/ejaIpGNviJc4dp2tjtGK/ful Abstract: Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) service providers are increasingly serving

Soto & Yu (2014) article on bilingualism and AAC

Soto & Yu (2014) Considerations for the provision of services to bilingual children who use augmentative and alternative communication.

Soto, G., & Yu, B. (2014). Considerations for the provision of services to bilingual children who use augmentative and alternative communication. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Early Online, 1-10. http://informahealthcare.com/eprint/ejaIpGNviJc4dp2tjtGK/ful Abstract: Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) service providers are increasingly serving

Garden of Rememberance at SF State

Welcome Back! Spring 2014 Announcements

Welcome back and hope you’re feeling refreshed. A bit of good news to share right off the bat – the CD Program together with NSSLHA are a recipient of Support for Families of Children with Disabilities’ Donor and Volunteer Service

Garden of Rememberance at SF State

Welcome Back! Spring 2014 Announcements

Welcome back and hope you’re feeling refreshed. A bit of good news to share right off the bat – the CD Program together with NSSLHA are a recipient of Support for Families of Children with Disabilities’ Donor and Volunteer Service