Lauren Robinson conducting hearing screenings for Governor Bob McDonnell's staff
Rachel Brenegar conducting hearing screenings for Governor Bob McDonnell's staff
Jennifer Hazlegrove conducting hearing screenings for Governor Bob McDonnell's staff
Rachel Brenegar, Dr. Lissa Power deFur, Jennifer Hazlegrove, and Lauren Robinson during an opportunity to conduct hearing screenings for Governor Bob McDonnell's staff.
The Aural Rehabilitation class went apple picking after the field trip to the Va School for the Deaf and the Blind and the U Va Cochlear Implant program.
Jessica Popp, masters' candidate 2013, Katie Robertson, SLP in Loudoun County Public schools, 2010 graduate fielding questions at their presentation on Animal-Assisted Therapy at the 2013 Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia convention Mar 21 - 23, 2013
Jessica Popp and Katie Robertson with Dr. Lissa Power deFur (thesis advisor for Jessica) and Dr. Stephen Keith (Katie's mentor)
On July 28, graduate communication sciences and disorders students Cassie Stergar, Aja Walker, Holly Wall and CSD senior, Geoff Uelmen presented "Professional Communication" to the Call Me MISTER Summer Institute. The interactive presentation focused on effective communication in college and work settings. Topics included clear communication, nonverbal communication, professional dress, code switching, and email communication.
Becca Davis (with Dr. Peggy Agee not pictured) presenting at the Speech and Hearing Association of Virginia spring convention on March 21, 2013, in Richmond, VA. The title of their presentation was See It! Hear It! Read It: Phonological Awareness Activities for Preschoolers.
Through the support of Holiday Lake 4-H staff, Longwood University, Radford University and the VA Dept of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, children and youth, who are deaf or hearing of hearing, are able to gather, communicate and socialize with one-another without boundaries. Nationally certified interpreters and Speech Language Pathologists are on hand to facilitate communication through a variety of means, including ASL and speech. Chaperones for the weekend include Longwood University graduate students and volunteers who are familiar with hearing loss. Campers are treated to a technology and resource fair to familiarize them with the latest resources available.