From the Coordinator Can you believe that another ASHA Convention is past and that 2013 is just around the corner? For those of you who attended the annual ASHA Convention in Atlanta, wasn't it fabulous? There were so many outstanding sessions and special events, including Maya Angelou, John and Annie Glenn, and ... Coordinator's Column
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SIG 2 Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, February 2016, Vol. 22, 125. doi:10.1044/nnsld22.4.125
SIG 2 Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, February 2016, Vol. 22, 125. doi:10.1044/nnsld22.4.125
Can you believe that another ASHA Convention is past and that 2013 is just around the corner? For those of you who attended the annual ASHA Convention in Atlanta, wasn't it fabulous? There were so many outstanding sessions and special events, including Maya Angelou, John and Annie Glenn, and Gabby Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly. The SIG 2 Coordinating Committee (CC) hopes your experience was intellectually stimulating and enjoyable. The Convention offered a great opportunity to earn CEUs while networking with colleagues and experts from around the country, and even from around the world. We hope you attended and enjoyed the SIG 2 sponsored sessions. Gail Ramsberger and Paula Messamer presented a session about computers, apps, and other technology for neurogenic populations. Laurie Ehlhardt Powell presented a Short Course titled, “A Clinician's Guide to Training Assistive Technology Following Brain Injury.” Both of these sessions offered practical, evidence-based ideas for applying technology in a variety of work settings. Sandwiched between the two SIG 2 sponsored sessions was the affiliate meeting, where there was a nice turnout of SIG 2 members as well as many students. Complimentary one-year SIG 2 memberships were presented to many students and to a couple of members. Congratulations to those of you who won our raffles.
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