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The purposes of the Academy are professional, clinical, educational, scientific and charitable and are ultimately to encourage the highest quality of life for those with communication disorders.

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Ep. 16 Brendan Constantine – A conversation with Brendan Constantine about poetry and aphasia

Brendan Constantine is a nationally recognized poet based in Los Angeles. His work has appeared in many of the nation’s poetry standards, including Best American Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Tin House, Ploughshares, Virginia Quarterly, and Poem-a-Day. His first book, ‘Letters to Guns’ (2009 Red Hen Press) received wide acclaim and is now taught in schools across the country. His most recent collections are ‘Dementia, My Darling’ (2016) from Red Hen Press, and a chapbook ‘Bouncy Bounce’ (2018) from Blue Horse Press. Mr. Constantine has received support and commissions from the Getty Museum, James Irvine Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. A popular performer, Brendan has presented his work to audiences throughout the U.S. and Europe, also appearing on TED ED, NPR's All Things Considered, KPFK's Poet’s Café, numerous podcasts, and YouTube. He holds an MFA in poetry from Vermont College of Fine Arts and currently teaches at the Windward School. “The Opposites Ga...

51 MIN2019 NOV 15
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Ep. 16 Brendan Constantine – A conversation with Brendan Constantine about poetry and aphasia

Ep. 15 - A Conversation w/ Ronda Winans-Mitrik and Patrick Doyle: Intensive Aphasia Treatment

Ronda Winans-Mitrik, MA, CCC-SLP, has been a Speech-Language Pathologist since 2009. She began her career at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS) by providing intensive, evidence-based aphasia treatment to veterans and active duty service members from across the United States through the Program for Intensive Aphasia Treatment & Education (PIRATE). Since that time, she has provided countless hours of aphasia assessment and intervention services to patients with a wide range of aphasia severities. During her time with PIRATE, she developed the clinical processes for in-person and remote candidacy evaluations and follow-up using tele-practice technology. She is a recipient of the 2012 Association of Veteran Affairs Speech Language Pathologists (AVASLP) Outstanding Achievement Award for her work with the PIRATE Clinical Team and co-authored a peer-reviewed manuscript in 2014 that details the PIRATE program’s description, rationale, clinical processes, and outcomes. Dr. Patrick J. Doyle is a Speech Language Pathologist whose clinical and research work is focused on the rehabilitation of language processing disorders following brain injury. He is an Associate Professor of Communication Science and Disorders at the University of Pittsburgh, a Fellow of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association, and has received the Honors of the Association of VA Speech Language Pathologists. Dr. Doyle previously served as a Visiting Scientist in the Assessment, Classification and Epidemiology Unit of the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland where he collaborated on the revision of the International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health (ICF). He is the developer of the Burden of Stroke Scale (BOSS) and the Founding Director of the Program for Intensive Residential Aphasia Treatment & Education (PIRATE). https://www.pittsburgh.va.gov/PIRATE/index.asp

68 MIN2019 JUL 3
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Ep. 15 - A Conversation w/ Ronda Winans-Mitrik and Patrick Doyle: Intensive Aphasia Treatment

Ep. 14 - A Conversation w/ Heather Clark - Diagnosing & Treating Motor Speech Disorders & Clinical…

Heather Clark, PhD, BC-ANCDS, is Chair of Speech Pathology in the Department of Neurology and Associate Professor in the College of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She is board-certified by the Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences and a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Her clinical responsibilities include differential diagnosis of communication and swallowing disorders in adults and children. Dr. Clark serves as co-investigator in several projects examining the nature of speech, language, and swallowing impairment in degenerative neurologic disease.

86 MIN2018 DEC 5
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Ep. 14 - A Conversation w/ Heather Clark - Diagnosing & Treating Motor Speech Disorders & Clinical…

Ep. 13 - A Conversation w/ Ramani Voleti: A Personal Experience w/ Board Certification and Aspects…

Ramani Voleti, M.S., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS, is an assistant teaching professor and speech language pathologist at the Gebbie Clinic at Syracuse University. She has several years of experience working in different settings and in different countries (India, Malaysia, Botswana, and US). Her clinical and research interests include acquired neurogenic speech/language disorders, dysphagia, and voice disorders in adults. She teaches courses in neurogenic communication disorders and professional issues in medical settings. She is certified in Lee Silverman Voice Treatment and is board certified in neurogenic communication disorders in adults by ANCDS. Clinic webpage: http://gebbie.syr.edu/people/personnel-pages/voleti-ramani.html

67 MIN2018 OCT 10
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Ep. 13 - A Conversation w/ Ramani Voleti: A Personal Experience w/ Board Certification and Aspects…

Ep. 12 - A Conversation w/ Jacqueline Laures-Gore & Rebecca Marshall: Integrative Health Approaches…

Dr. Jacqueline Laures-Gore is an Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Georgia State University. She received her PhD in Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She directs the Aphasia and Motor Speech Disorders Research Lab at Georgia State University (esc.education.gsu.edu/aphasia). Her research interests include aphasia, stress, depression, and integrative health. Her work has been funded by the NIH, ANCDS, as well as other entities. Rebecca Shisler Marshall, PhD (CCC-SLP) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences & Special Education at the University of Georgia. She is also a mindfulness instructor, certified life coach and yoga instructor, reiki master, and shamanic practitioner. Her primary research interests include integrative treatments such as mindfulness for aphasia, attention, and aging. Dr. Marshall's Aphasia and Aging Research Lab - aphasiauga.wixsite.com/aphasiauga Dr. Marshall's Profile - ...

68 MIN2018 APR 27
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Ep. 12 - A Conversation w/ Jacqueline Laures-Gore & Rebecca Marshall: Integrative Health Approaches…

Ep. 11 - A Conversation with Margaret Blake - Right Hemisphere Damage and Disorders

Margaret Lehman Blake, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is an associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Houston. Her research focuses on cognitive-communication disorders after right hemisphere brain damage (RHD) and mild traumatic brain injury. Her work includes basic research on underlying deficits and treatment studies. She is the author of The Right Hemisphere and Disorders of Cognition and Communication as well as numerous articles and chapters on RHD. Dr. Blake has presented nationally and internationally on evidence-based practice for disorders associated with RHD as well as ethics for speech-language pathologists. She served as the President of the Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders & Sciences (ANCDS) in 2014, and has held leadership roles in the Clinical Aphasiology Conference and the Neurogenic Communication Disorders special interest group of ASHA. UH Communication Sciences & Disorders https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/...

68 MIN2017 OCT 17
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Ep. 11 - A Conversation with Margaret Blake - Right Hemisphere Damage and Disorders

Ep. 10 - A Conversation with McKay Moore Sohlberg - Cognitive Rehabilitation

McKay Moore Sohlberg is a Full Professor and Director of the Communication Disorders & Sciences Program at University of Oregon, and a Fellow of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. Dr. Sohlberg has published numerous articles, chapters, and manuals on managing cognitive impairments following acquired brain injury and is co-author of two leading textbooks in the field. She has been funded on a number of federal projects supporting the development and evaluation of assistive technology to deliver cognitive rehabilitation, and to help individuals with cognitive impairment more fully integrate into their communities. EGAS evaluation The eGAS app is available as a beta app using Apple’s TestFlight service. We can add a bunch of email addresses to a 60 day test session, and then an invitation code will be sent to all the email addresses. Then, you just download the Apple TestFlight app, paste in the invitation code, and you’ll get the app for 60 days. After 60 days, if...

57 MIN2017 AUG 11
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Ep. 10 - A Conversation with McKay Moore Sohlberg - Cognitive Rehabilitation

Ep. 9 - An interview with Julie Wambaugh - Apraxia of Speech

Dr. Julie Wambaugh, Ph.D., CCC/SLP is Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Utah and is a Research Career Scientist at the VA Salt Lake City Health Care System. She teaches graduate courses in Aphasia and Motor Speech Disorders. She has been conducting research focused on clinically-applicable treatments for apraxia of speech and aphasia for many years and has published extensively on these topics. Her research has been funded for many years by the Department of Veterans Affairs. She has been Chair of the AOS Treatment Guidelines writing committee and is currently an active member of that committee. Dr. Wambaugh is an ASHA Fellow. Strand, E. A., Duffy, J. R., Clark, H. M., & Josephs, K. (2014). The apraxia of speech rating scale: a tool for diagnosis and description of apraxia of speech. Journal of Communication Disorders, 51, 43-50. Full article at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4254321/ Ballard, K. J., Azizi, L., Du...

63 MIN2017 JUN 15
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Ep. 9 - An interview with Julie Wambaugh - Apraxia of Speech

Ep. 8 - An Interview with Natalie Douglas: Evidence Based Practice in Skilled Nursing Facilities

In this interview, we talk to Dr. Natalie Douglas about implementation science, treating cognition in nursing home residents with dementia, and the challenges of being an SLP in a skilled nursing facility. Dr. Douglas is an assistant professor in the Communication Disorders Department of Central Michigan University. Her research aims to advance implementation science, communication and quality of life interventions for people with dementia, and life participation approaches to the treatment of aphasia. She is actively involved with the Global Implementation Initiative and serves on an international committee charged with consolidating tools to drive both organizational and individual change as it relates to evidence-based practice implementation.

66 MIN2017 JAN 7
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Ep. 8 - An Interview with Natalie Douglas: Evidence Based Practice in Skilled Nursing Facilities

Ep. 7 - An Interview with Rebecca Lewthwaite: Motivation Attention and Motor Learning

Rebecca Lewthwaite received her PhD from the University of California, Los Angeles. She is Director of Rehabilitation Outcomes Management, and Director of Research and Education in Physical Therapy at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center in Los Angeles. She is also an adjunct faculty member in the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California. Dr. Lewthwaite’s research focuses on the role of motivational enhancements in motor performance and learning, in diverse individuals, from those undergoing physical rehabilitation to developing and high-performing athletes. Wulf, G., & Lewthwaite, R. (2016). Optimizing performance through intrinsic motivation and attention for learning: The OPTIMAL theory of motor learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23(5), 1382-1414. Freedman, S. E., Maas, E., Caligiuri, M. P., Wulf, G., & Robin, D. A. (2007). Internal versus external: Oral-motor performance as a function of attentional focus. Journa...

62 MIN2016 OCT 7
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Ep. 7 - An Interview with Rebecca Lewthwaite: Motivation Attention and Motor Learning

Latest Episodes

Ep. 16 Brendan Constantine – A conversation with Brendan Constantine about poetry and aphasia

Brendan Constantine is a nationally recognized poet based in Los Angeles. His work has appeared in many of the nation’s poetry standards, including Best American Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Tin House, Ploughshares, Virginia Quarterly, and Poem-a-Day. His first book, ‘Letters to Guns’ (2009 Red Hen Press) received wide acclaim and is now taught in schools across the country. His most recent collections are ‘Dementia, My Darling’ (2016) from Red Hen Press, and a chapbook ‘Bouncy Bounce’ (2018) from Blue Horse Press. Mr. Constantine has received support and commissions from the Getty Museum, James Irvine Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. A popular performer, Brendan has presented his work to audiences throughout the U.S. and Europe, also appearing on TED ED, NPR's All Things Considered, KPFK's Poet’s Café, numerous podcasts, and YouTube. He holds an MFA in poetry from Vermont College of Fine Arts and currently teaches at the Windward School. “The Opposites Ga...

51 MIN2019 NOV 15
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Ep. 16 Brendan Constantine – A conversation with Brendan Constantine about poetry and aphasia

Ep. 15 - A Conversation w/ Ronda Winans-Mitrik and Patrick Doyle: Intensive Aphasia Treatment

Ronda Winans-Mitrik, MA, CCC-SLP, has been a Speech-Language Pathologist since 2009. She began her career at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS) by providing intensive, evidence-based aphasia treatment to veterans and active duty service members from across the United States through the Program for Intensive Aphasia Treatment & Education (PIRATE). Since that time, she has provided countless hours of aphasia assessment and intervention services to patients with a wide range of aphasia severities. During her time with PIRATE, she developed the clinical processes for in-person and remote candidacy evaluations and follow-up using tele-practice technology. She is a recipient of the 2012 Association of Veteran Affairs Speech Language Pathologists (AVASLP) Outstanding Achievement Award for her work with the PIRATE Clinical Team and co-authored a peer-reviewed manuscript in 2014 that details the PIRATE program’s description, rationale, clinical processes, and outcomes. Dr. Patrick J. Doyle is a Speech Language Pathologist whose clinical and research work is focused on the rehabilitation of language processing disorders following brain injury. He is an Associate Professor of Communication Science and Disorders at the University of Pittsburgh, a Fellow of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association, and has received the Honors of the Association of VA Speech Language Pathologists. Dr. Doyle previously served as a Visiting Scientist in the Assessment, Classification and Epidemiology Unit of the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland where he collaborated on the revision of the International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health (ICF). He is the developer of the Burden of Stroke Scale (BOSS) and the Founding Director of the Program for Intensive Residential Aphasia Treatment & Education (PIRATE). https://www.pittsburgh.va.gov/PIRATE/index.asp

68 MIN2019 JUL 3
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Ep. 15 - A Conversation w/ Ronda Winans-Mitrik and Patrick Doyle: Intensive Aphasia Treatment

Ep. 14 - A Conversation w/ Heather Clark - Diagnosing & Treating Motor Speech Disorders & Clinical…

Heather Clark, PhD, BC-ANCDS, is Chair of Speech Pathology in the Department of Neurology and Associate Professor in the College of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She is board-certified by the Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences and a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Her clinical responsibilities include differential diagnosis of communication and swallowing disorders in adults and children. Dr. Clark serves as co-investigator in several projects examining the nature of speech, language, and swallowing impairment in degenerative neurologic disease.

86 MIN2018 DEC 5
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Ep. 14 - A Conversation w/ Heather Clark - Diagnosing & Treating Motor Speech Disorders & Clinical…

Ep. 13 - A Conversation w/ Ramani Voleti: A Personal Experience w/ Board Certification and Aspects…

Ramani Voleti, M.S., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS, is an assistant teaching professor and speech language pathologist at the Gebbie Clinic at Syracuse University. She has several years of experience working in different settings and in different countries (India, Malaysia, Botswana, and US). Her clinical and research interests include acquired neurogenic speech/language disorders, dysphagia, and voice disorders in adults. She teaches courses in neurogenic communication disorders and professional issues in medical settings. She is certified in Lee Silverman Voice Treatment and is board certified in neurogenic communication disorders in adults by ANCDS. Clinic webpage: http://gebbie.syr.edu/people/personnel-pages/voleti-ramani.html

67 MIN2018 OCT 10
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Ep. 13 - A Conversation w/ Ramani Voleti: A Personal Experience w/ Board Certification and Aspects…

Ep. 12 - A Conversation w/ Jacqueline Laures-Gore & Rebecca Marshall: Integrative Health Approaches…

Dr. Jacqueline Laures-Gore is an Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Georgia State University. She received her PhD in Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She directs the Aphasia and Motor Speech Disorders Research Lab at Georgia State University (esc.education.gsu.edu/aphasia). Her research interests include aphasia, stress, depression, and integrative health. Her work has been funded by the NIH, ANCDS, as well as other entities. Rebecca Shisler Marshall, PhD (CCC-SLP) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences & Special Education at the University of Georgia. She is also a mindfulness instructor, certified life coach and yoga instructor, reiki master, and shamanic practitioner. Her primary research interests include integrative treatments such as mindfulness for aphasia, attention, and aging. Dr. Marshall's Aphasia and Aging Research Lab - aphasiauga.wixsite.com/aphasiauga Dr. Marshall's Profile - ...

68 MIN2018 APR 27
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Ep. 12 - A Conversation w/ Jacqueline Laures-Gore & Rebecca Marshall: Integrative Health Approaches…

Ep. 11 - A Conversation with Margaret Blake - Right Hemisphere Damage and Disorders

Margaret Lehman Blake, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is an associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Houston. Her research focuses on cognitive-communication disorders after right hemisphere brain damage (RHD) and mild traumatic brain injury. Her work includes basic research on underlying deficits and treatment studies. She is the author of The Right Hemisphere and Disorders of Cognition and Communication as well as numerous articles and chapters on RHD. Dr. Blake has presented nationally and internationally on evidence-based practice for disorders associated with RHD as well as ethics for speech-language pathologists. She served as the President of the Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders & Sciences (ANCDS) in 2014, and has held leadership roles in the Clinical Aphasiology Conference and the Neurogenic Communication Disorders special interest group of ASHA. UH Communication Sciences & Disorders https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/...

68 MIN2017 OCT 17
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Ep. 11 - A Conversation with Margaret Blake - Right Hemisphere Damage and Disorders

Ep. 10 - A Conversation with McKay Moore Sohlberg - Cognitive Rehabilitation

McKay Moore Sohlberg is a Full Professor and Director of the Communication Disorders & Sciences Program at University of Oregon, and a Fellow of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. Dr. Sohlberg has published numerous articles, chapters, and manuals on managing cognitive impairments following acquired brain injury and is co-author of two leading textbooks in the field. She has been funded on a number of federal projects supporting the development and evaluation of assistive technology to deliver cognitive rehabilitation, and to help individuals with cognitive impairment more fully integrate into their communities. EGAS evaluation The eGAS app is available as a beta app using Apple’s TestFlight service. We can add a bunch of email addresses to a 60 day test session, and then an invitation code will be sent to all the email addresses. Then, you just download the Apple TestFlight app, paste in the invitation code, and you’ll get the app for 60 days. After 60 days, if...

57 MIN2017 AUG 11
Comments
Ep. 10 - A Conversation with McKay Moore Sohlberg - Cognitive Rehabilitation

Ep. 9 - An interview with Julie Wambaugh - Apraxia of Speech

Dr. Julie Wambaugh, Ph.D., CCC/SLP is Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Utah and is a Research Career Scientist at the VA Salt Lake City Health Care System. She teaches graduate courses in Aphasia and Motor Speech Disorders. She has been conducting research focused on clinically-applicable treatments for apraxia of speech and aphasia for many years and has published extensively on these topics. Her research has been funded for many years by the Department of Veterans Affairs. She has been Chair of the AOS Treatment Guidelines writing committee and is currently an active member of that committee. Dr. Wambaugh is an ASHA Fellow. Strand, E. A., Duffy, J. R., Clark, H. M., & Josephs, K. (2014). The apraxia of speech rating scale: a tool for diagnosis and description of apraxia of speech. Journal of Communication Disorders, 51, 43-50. Full article at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4254321/ Ballard, K. J., Azizi, L., Du...

63 MIN2017 JUN 15
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Ep. 9 - An interview with Julie Wambaugh - Apraxia of Speech

Ep. 8 - An Interview with Natalie Douglas: Evidence Based Practice in Skilled Nursing Facilities

In this interview, we talk to Dr. Natalie Douglas about implementation science, treating cognition in nursing home residents with dementia, and the challenges of being an SLP in a skilled nursing facility. Dr. Douglas is an assistant professor in the Communication Disorders Department of Central Michigan University. Her research aims to advance implementation science, communication and quality of life interventions for people with dementia, and life participation approaches to the treatment of aphasia. She is actively involved with the Global Implementation Initiative and serves on an international committee charged with consolidating tools to drive both organizational and individual change as it relates to evidence-based practice implementation.

66 MIN2017 JAN 7
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Ep. 8 - An Interview with Natalie Douglas: Evidence Based Practice in Skilled Nursing Facilities

Ep. 7 - An Interview with Rebecca Lewthwaite: Motivation Attention and Motor Learning

Rebecca Lewthwaite received her PhD from the University of California, Los Angeles. She is Director of Rehabilitation Outcomes Management, and Director of Research and Education in Physical Therapy at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center in Los Angeles. She is also an adjunct faculty member in the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California. Dr. Lewthwaite’s research focuses on the role of motivational enhancements in motor performance and learning, in diverse individuals, from those undergoing physical rehabilitation to developing and high-performing athletes. Wulf, G., & Lewthwaite, R. (2016). Optimizing performance through intrinsic motivation and attention for learning: The OPTIMAL theory of motor learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23(5), 1382-1414. Freedman, S. E., Maas, E., Caligiuri, M. P., Wulf, G., & Robin, D. A. (2007). Internal versus external: Oral-motor performance as a function of attentional focus. Journa...

62 MIN2016 OCT 7
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Ep. 7 - An Interview with Rebecca Lewthwaite: Motivation Attention and Motor Learning
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