We were excited to have our work spotlighted on the @cyrrcoalition website. Since Winter 2016, the Multilingual Families Lab has been working with students and community members to develop an innovative program to support the early language development of children who were refugees from Syria.
To celebrate May Speech & Hearing month, #CommunicateAwareness, the Communication Science and Disorders Department’s Dr. Esther Kim, Dr. Bill Hodgetts and I participated in today’s @UofARehabMed’ RehabMed Live. It was exciting to pull together our perspectives on connecting with loved ones and overcoming challenges. From our lab’s work, I shared about our Survey findings andContinue reading “@MultilingFamLab on Research on RehabMed Live!”