Communication Disorders Clinic Celebrates International Week
|Author: Leigh Anne Roden|
Date: Tuesday, November 24th, 2015
Little Topper Time, a parent-child language group offered at the Communication Disorders Clinic, celebrated International Week at WKU this week. A "Happy Families around the World" theme was completed. The children listened to a story book about families all over the world, sang songs using greetings from different languages, and created their very own passports during arts and crafts time. The LTT program is led by WKU graduate students from the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department in the College of Health and Human Services and supervised by CDC speech language pathologists, Allison Hatcher and Caroline Hudson.
Learn more about WKU Communication Sciences and Disorders program by visiting their website: http://www.wku.edu/communicationdisorders/
Contact Dr. Leigh Anne Roden for more information: email@example.com.
Our WKU Department of Public Health has a new publication in Science Direct! Ethan Given, a graduate of our Masters in Public Health (MPH) program is second author in publication.
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