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The Illinois State University
The ISU Speech and Hearing Clinic, has had the privilege of offering gender affirming communication services since 2017. Since then, this program has continuously grown through community partnerships and grant funding which has greatly increased access for those needing services. This provides an excellent opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students to be instructed on how to better understand cultural issues around care, the science behind care, and the techniques that support care. For more information contact Tricia Larkin at 309.438.8641, by email at Pllarki1@ilstu.edu, or on the web at https://isuspeechandhearing.com/

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The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University Aphasia Initiative is a special program for persons living with aphasia and provides structured group sessions to facilitate functional communication skills through activities that are enriching, engaging, and meaningful. The Aphasia Initiative utilizes the Life Participation Approach to Aphasia in order to foster independence and community reintegration. Founded in 2015 through a generous donation by the Foster Family Foundation, the Aphasia Initiative has provided over 10,000 hours of group speech therapy and educated over 200 Ohio State students. More information can be found on our website at https://u.osu.edu/aphasiainitiative
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Sales University
Raise Your Voice is a support group offered within the Speech-Language Institute of Salus University. It is facilitated by Judith Koza MA CCC-SLP, a speech-language pathologist experienced in the treatment of voice and communication issues of transgender individuals. This is a student-run group consisting of two graduate students in the speech pathology program at Salus University. They meet every other Saturday morning online for a one-hour session. The format generally consists of a relevant topic presentation followed by practice of techniques. Participants are encouraged to ask questions and discuss issues related to voice and communication. The group has been in existence for 4 years, and they look forward to many more to come! For more information please contact Judith Koza at jkoza@salus.edu or by phone at 215-780-3150.

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