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NSSLHA Conference 2013

Conference on Developmental and Neurogenic
Fluency Disorders: Differential Diagnosis and
Practical Treatment Strategies

Paul Blanchet, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders
Baylor University

Friday, November 8, 2013
Baylor University
Mayborn Complex
1300 S. University Parks Waco, TX
8:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Program Description
Dr. Blanchet will discuss the differential diagnosis of developmental fluency disorders in children and adults. Specific disorders covered will include stuttering, cluttering, and hypokinetic dysarthria secondary to Parkinson's disease. In addition, Dr. Blanchet will explain and demonstrate practical treatment strategies for speech rate control.

Speaker Information
Dr. Paul Blanchet is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders at Baylor University. He is also a certified speech-language pathologist, as well as a person who stutters. Dr. Blanchet earned his Ph.D. in Communication Disorders from Louisiana State University in 2002. He joined the faculty at Baylor in 2012, after holding faculty appointments at SUNY Fredonia and LSU Health Sciences Center.
Dr. Blanchet's primary areas of specialization are neurogenic speech disorders and fluency disorders. Dr. Blanchet has published several peer-reviewed journal articles and serves as an editorial consultant for Journal of Fluency Disorders and American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. He has presented at numerous regional, state, national and international conferences.

Contact Person: Ms. Janice Stewart
Communication Sciences and Disorders,
Baylor University
Voice (254) 710-2567
Fax (254) 710-2590

If you would like to register for the conference, please call (254) 710-2567 to request a registration form or click on the link below.
NSSLHA Conference 2013 Registration Form

Presented by the Baylor Chapter of the
National Student Speech Language Hearing Association