Speech Rehab Services, LLC. Scholarship:
Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, Speech Rehab Services, LLC is a highly specialized team of professionals. As clinicians they understand the challenges and rewards of a career in speech, occupational, or physical therapy. Speech Rehab Services seeks to assist students who have chosen to pursue a career in Speech-Language Pathology with scholarship, clinical placement, and professional support.
Congratulations to the Speech Rehab Services, LLC. Scholarship Recipients for the Spring 2020 term:
Full-Time Cohort: Part-Time Cohort:
Farah Aldridge Logan Schrumpf
Lori Brown Tenaya Watson
Congratulations to the Speech Rehab Services, LLC. Scholarship Recipients for the Fall 2020 term:
Applications for the fall 2020 are closed. Please see below for more information on scholarship requirements and the rubric for the application's essay.
CAPCSD Scholarship 2021 Applications are Open
Plural Publishing Scholarships
Supports graduate students pursing research in SLP or AuD. One scholarship is awarded for the Master’s/AuD level and one for the Doctoral-level.
Frances J. Laven Scholarship
Funds one student scholarship to recognize exemplary student service, intended for graduate students in a professional program, Master’s SLP, AuD or SLPD.
Application deadline is Monday, November 16th, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
Please see their webpage for more details: https://www.capcsd.org/scholarships/
To Dr. Elizabeth Meyerowitz, who received the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation's 2020 Clinical Achievement Award for the state of Nevada.
SPEAK OUT® & LOUD Crowd® Grants - Parkinson Voice Project
Dr. Christy Fleck and Melanie Bradle MA CCC (Speech-Language Pathology) were awarded a 2020 SPEAK OUT!® & LOUD Crowd® Grant from the Parkinson Voice Project . The grant will support the graduate program's development and marketing of a speech pathology clinic to provide evaluation and treatment providing SPEAK OUT!® & LOUD Crowd® services, with consultations and support from experts in the field . The grant will also provide training for all of the SLP graduate students until June 2021.
Stroke in multicultural Las Vegas: Radio broadcast
The podcast on PHLV radio – Health Mondays with AAPINA of Nevada is now available online. Topic: “Speech language pathology’s role in managing aphasia in a culturally diverse community like Las Vegas" with Dr. Angel Ball. Original broadcast Nov. 12, 2018