• Research Colloquium: September 26th

    Posted on September 7, 2012 in Archive

    Speaker: Rozanne Wilson, PhD Candidate Date: Wednesday, September 26th, 2012 Topic: “Communication in long-term care: Investigating caregivers’ use of communication strategies while assisting residents with Alzheimer’s disease during daily tasks” Time:  12:10 to 1:00 p.m. Location: 500 University Avenue, 4th Floor, Rm 452, Rehabilitation Sciences Building As a courtesy to the speaker please be on time. […]

  • Partnerships That Make a Difference

    Posted on August 30, 2012 in Research News

    Speech-Language Pathology and Parkinson’s disease. Pascal van Lieshout is uncovering the effects of Parkinson’s disease on speech and swallowing skills. He aims to develop a better understanding of this disorder to improve assessment and treatment. With collaborators, he is creating innovative tools to improve assessment of voice problems and remediate limitations in facial expression in […]

  • Walk Now for Autism Speaks Fundraiser

    Posted on June 21, 2012 in Archive

    Twelve SLP students recently participated in Walk Now for Autism Speaks, raising almost $2000. This walk is an annual event that raises funds for research, family support services, and initiatives to raise awareness about ASD and issues facing the ASD community. During the walk, a mother of a child with autism noticed our T-shirts and […]

  • Partnerships That Make a Difference

    Posted on May 1, 2012 in Research News

    Improving the Lives of Children with Cleft Palate Together with staff from the Hospital for Sick Children, Tim Bressmann is studying the use of tactile and visual biofeedback in the therapy of compensatory cleft palatearticulation. Tim uses new software that allows him to superimpose a moving image of the tongue over a cartoon drawing of […]

  • Office of Inclusion and Diversity
    Temerty Faculty of Medicine

    Posted on January 20, 2000 in SLP MHSc Student Information

    Applications for the summer 2021 session are now being accepted. Go to www.uoft.me/smp for more information.

    Posted on September 8, 1999 in Archive