The College of Educational Studies invites you to attend the FRIENDS Who Stutter Workshop on Saturday May 10, 2014 from 9:30am – 4:30pm. his one-day workshop is designed to bring together young children and teenagers who stutter, their parents, members of stuttering self-help groups, and speech-language pathologists. Adults who stutter are also encouraged to join us.
Annie Doan, a second year graduate student in the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Program participated in an exciting event recently. Fellow students from cohorts 4 and 5 volunteered at the Down Syndrome Association of Orange County’s annual Buddy Walk this past Sunday, November 3, 2013, at the Angels Stadium. As one of Down Syndrome’s Association of Orange County’s (DSAOC) lead volunteers, Annie Doan is thrilled to initiate a partnership with Chapman CSD and DSAOC. She wishes to share the day with those who were unable to attend, so she created a fun video of the event.
Because of the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) program, I have worked with children and adults from various socioeconomic backgrounds–from the wealthy Orange Hills to the less-fortunate Downtown Santa Ana. These experiences have taught me the importance of being flexible, persistent, and confident. Currently, I work with preschoolers and their parents, who are eager to ensure the best for their children who have speech and language delays or disorders.
By Marisol Rexach, Ph.D. in Education Student The older I get, the more I am thankful for the little things in life. The fragility of life is becoming more real, and each moment is an opportunity to see how others contribute to the richness of our lives. But I wonder if I have truly
It’s that time of the year again! Don’t forget to mark your calendars and save the date for this year’s 3rd Annual Chapman University Survivor Symposium! Every 21 seconds someone suffers from a brain injury. In the coming year, 1.7 million Americans will suffer the devastation of a brain injury. That figure is larger than the newly diagnosed cases
The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association ( NSSLHA ) Chapter Honors are awarded to NSSLHA chapters that demonstrates significant combination of: an awareness of student issues and concerns, outreach to the community, educational opportunities, and social and fund-raising activities promoting both the professions and national NSSLHA. Gold level recognition is awarded to chapters who meet
Don’t forget to come by this weekend for Chapman’s Homecoming! There will be something for everyone from the 5K to the masters classes to the chili cook off! The CES will be represented at the chili cook off by our student chapter of NSSLHA (National Student Speech Language Hearing Association), part of the Communication Sciences and
Candace Vickers of the Chapman College of Educational Studies and Communication Sciences and Disorders program was recently invited to the first annual meeting of the Aphasia Alliance held at the Adler Aphasia Center in Maywood, New Jersey. Aphasia is an acquired loss of speech and language skills caused by stroke or other brain injury and
Judy K. Montgomery, Professor and Director of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the College of Educational Studies at Chapman University, Orange has been awarded the Honors of the Association Award, the most prestigious, Lifetime Achievement Award, by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA), the 150,000 member national professional association for speech language pathologists and