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2018 Summer Programs

Summer 2018

The EKU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is so excited to provide multiple summer therapy programs in June 2018!  

 


SPLISHThe Speech Language Intensive Summer Help (SPLISH) camp will be held June 11-21, 2018!  Participants may range in age from 3-12 and will be grouped by age and disability.  All participants receive individual and group speech-language therapy tailored to their individual needs.  Therapy will provided by graduate students in the Communication Disorders program, under the direct supervision of licensed and certified speech-language pathologists.  This camp is directed by Mrs. Robyn Wahl.  For more information, please contact the Eastern Kentucky University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic  at 859-622-4444.  

 

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Social Skills for Success

Under the direction of Dr. Charlotte Hubbard, EKU Communication Disorders graduate students lead preteens and teens (ages 9-18) in therapy activities to encourage social-skill development during Social Skills for Success Camp.  Camp will be held June 25-29, 2018 from 9-11am at the Perkins Conference Center on EKU Richmond campus.   The focus is on pragmatic language skills in adolescent children. Communication Disorders graduates individualize activities relating to friendships, teamwork, perspective taking, emotions, relationship building, conversation skills and much more.  This is a great opportunity for students with a range of disorders that struggle in social situations; including, but not limited to, those students on the autism spectrum.  Registration is $25 with a sliding scale available for those that qualify.  For more information, please contact Dr. Charlotte Hubbard at charlotte.hubbard@eku.edu or 859-622-3155.  

Social Skills for Success Paperwork 2018 (10 pages to print)

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Word Detective Camp

Word Detective Camp for 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade students will be held June 25-29th, 2018 from 9-11am, at the Perkins Conference Center on the EKU Richmond Campus.   The purpose of Word Detective Camp is to improve students’ speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.  Camp participants will complete a variety of fun, interactive word study activities as they learned how to use “clues” (i.e., spelling patterns, prefixes, suffixes, etc.) to figure out a word’s meaning and build new words.  Word Detective Camp is led by 2nd year graduate students under the direction of Dr. Kellie Ellis.  For more information, please contact Dr. Ellis at kellie.ellis@eku.edu or call 859-622-1860.  Registration is $25 with a sliding scale available for those that qualify.

 

 


Fluency Program 2018

We are excited that Dr. Joseph Constantine will lead a Stuttering Program for teens and adults that exhibit stuttering behaviors.  This group will meet for an intensive 5-day therapy program in the Perkins building on EKU Richmond campus, from 9-11:00 am on June 25-29, 2018.  All participants will receive individual and group therapy  provided by graduate students in the EKU Communication Disorders program, under direct supervision of licensed and certified speech-language pathologists.  Activities will focus on controlling stuttering and dealing with emotions about stuttering.  Registration is required, but there is no fee for this program.   For more information, please contact Dr. Joseph Constantine at joseph.constantine@eku.edu or call 859-622-7018. 

Stuttering Program Paperwork 2018 (10 pages to print)

Privacy Practice Notice (for review)

Published on April 10, 2018

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