In this six-graduate credit program, bilingual speech-language pathologists earn an advanced certificate in Bilingual SLP and also meet the academic and clinical requirements of the NYSED bilingual extension certificate. Offered in both online or in-person formats at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Expand clinical skills in cleft palate with video tutorials on evaluation and treatment, speech sound practice books in a variety of languages, and handouts for parents on feeding and best practices.
Learn evidence-based best practices with a broad range of video modules for cleft palate speech rehabilitation, disability evaluation materials and dynamic assessment for school-age children, reading and writing interventions, and more.
Join Cate, her Teachers College graduate SLP students, and experienced ASHA-certified supervisors on their annual international trips to Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Ghana, and Ethiopia, providing communication strategies and speech therapy for individuals with hearing impairments, developmental disabilities, cleft palate, and autism.