Tools of the Trade

Oral Vibrators

Oral vibrators are oral motor products designed for muscle stimulation, strengthening, or desensitization. These tools can be used with individuals with autism, apraxia of speech, neurological deficits and/or stroke.

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In the eyes of a...

CSD Junior

Fall Semester

In Language Disorders in Adults we have been learning all about the brain, as well as the different types of Aphasia. In Audiology we have been learning about the outer, middle, and inner ear, as well as the different types of disorders that can occur.

- Krystal

Recent News

Starkey Foundation Grant Awarded

Marywood Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic was awarded a Starkey Foundation Grant for Speech and Hearing Screenings.

Margaret Briggs Foundation Grant

The Margaret Briggs Foundation awarded the Marywood Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic a grant for service to the community.

Aphasia Fundraiser

National Aphasia Month Fundraiser at Yogurt City

Speech and Hearing Club Awarded Community Service Grant

The Marywood University National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) Chapter was recently awarded a $250.00 Community Service Grant from the NSSLHA Executive Council. Grant money received was used to support a project which benefited St. Joseph’s Center.

CSD Awareness Day

The Marywood University Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association hosted a Career Awareness Event on November 12th on Marywood's campus.

Aphasia Group Gains National Recognition

Laura Drake Honored

Laura Drake was awarded 2014 Member Honors from the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) for her demonstration of outstanding leadership skills to our student chapter. Laura was also awarded the 2014 Northeastern Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Pennsylvania $1000 Scholarship. This is the 4th year the scholarship has been awarded to a Marywood University student!

Research Publication by Alumna

Lauren Lettieri (2012 Graduate) and Dr. Vijay Ramachandra had their research published in the Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology