Event Title

P-03 Efficacy of a Three-Week Intervention Program for Children in the Areas of Language, Articulation, Phonological Awareness, and Auditory Processing

Location

Buller Hall Lobby

Start Date

3-8-2019 2:30 PM

Description

Competency in the areas of language, articulation, phonological awareness, and auditory processing are essential for children to succeed academically. Each summer in the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Department (SPLAD) at Andrews University, the professors and graduate student clinicians conduct an intensive three-week therapy program for school aged children to target these areas. By comparing pre/post-test scores, the purpose of the study is to obtain statistical evidence for specific therapy interventions in order to strengthen the effectiveness of the intensive therapy program.

Acknowledgments

Supervising Professors: Darah Regal and Lara Scheidler-Smith

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Mar 8th, 2:30 PM

P-03 Efficacy of a Three-Week Intervention Program for Children in the Areas of Language, Articulation, Phonological Awareness, and Auditory Processing

Buller Hall Lobby

Competency in the areas of language, articulation, phonological awareness, and auditory processing are essential for children to succeed academically. Each summer in the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Department (SPLAD) at Andrews University, the professors and graduate student clinicians conduct an intensive three-week therapy program for school aged children to target these areas. By comparing pre/post-test scores, the purpose of the study is to obtain statistical evidence for specific therapy interventions in order to strengthen the effectiveness of the intensive therapy program.