New Technology Aids Speech Disorder Therapy
More than $250,000 worth of new high-tech equipment in the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at Duquesne University will help improve therapy for adults and children with communication disorders.
Dr. Mikael D.Z. Kimelman, chairperson of the Speech-Language Pathology Department, will explain how these digital applications will be helpful to clients of the clinic who are faced with stroke-related speech disorders, stuttering and other conditions. At the same time, the new equipment also will have a positive impact on training future speech-language practitioners at Duquesne’s clinic.
WHEN: Wednesday, June 27 at 11:45 a.m.
WHERE: Room 400, Fisher Hall, Duquesne University
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