Implementing Smart Home Technology with individuals who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), investigating the impact on independence and connecting individuals with severe physical and communication disorders to other people.
Project: Examine the relevance of anti-racism to speech-language pathology (SLP), evaluate anti-racism training learning outcomes in an SLP graduate program context, and identify best practices of anti-racism training in SLP.
Topic: The project aims to investigate the validity of articulatory impairment phenotypes in speech motor disorders using a novel acoustic-based framework of motor control (i.e., Coordination, Consistency, Speed, Precision, and Rate).
Topic: Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) provide various models of therapy for people with aphasia (PWA). The purpose of my research will be to gain a qualitative understanding of how different models of therapy impact quality of life from the perspective of PWA.