Employees of the Eckelmann-Taylor Speech and Hearing Clinic were recently honored with the University’s Living Our Values Award for their commitment to the institutional value of Learning and Scholarship.
An inability to access health care can be dangerous-both physically and mentally. For those who identify as transgender, even the idea of seeking care can be stifled by fear of prejudice.
Simucase has allowed graduate students in Communication Sciences and Disorders to continue earning clinical clock hours even though the university clinic and some off-campus sites have closed.
Clinical educators in the speech-language pathology graduate program at Illinois State University frequently collaborate with other campus and community professionals.
This article discusses the multicomponent, multipopulation cognitive intervention clinical research program offered by the Neurologic Communication Disorders and Cognitive Wellness Lab at Illinois State University’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
This article discusses a cognitive social media training program offered by the Neurologic Communication Disorders and Cognitive Wellness Lab at Illinois State University’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Fall Voice is a professional conference that brings a range of voice specialists together including speech-language pathologists, physicians, voice scientists, and voice teachers.
Staff and students used this outreach opportunity to share information and answer questions about speech-language and audiology services provided at Illinois State University.
People who stutter can face shame about their speaking, and building awareness can work to help de-stigmatize stuttering.
In the spring 2019 semester, graduate students in the Au.D. program at the Illinois State University Eckelmann-Taylor Speech and Hearing clinic began to see cochlear implant patients on campus..