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Ghana 2012

Teachers College Columbia University
Program in Speech Language Pathology
Ghana  2012
For the fifth year we have gone to Ghana to provide free speech and language services to people with disabilities, to share information and skills with our Ghanaian colleagues, and to further develop our cultural competence. 

Catherine (Cate) Crowley, J.D., Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Director
Miriam Baigorri, M.S., CCC-SLP, Clinical Director
Pamela Andres, M.S., CCC-SLP, Clinical Supervisor

Teachers College Master’s SLP Students
Amy Erickson  Brenna Zielinski  Valerie Bazile Charity Delsie
Marilyn Sam  Binna Lee  Jinyee Kim  Kate Bither  
Claudine Petit  Shemaiah Villani  Christin Chambers
Shi-Chiao Hsu  Dana Peterson  Yuk Lan Peng  Taylor Knotts
Alana Krieger  Ashleigh Ayars Samantha Harris



At University of Ghana’s Korle Bu Hospital with Albert Osei Bagyina
Ready for our first patient  January 3, 2012
Thanks to Skyelar MacLeod, documentary filmmaker and photographer



AAC Professional Development Retreat at Nkawkaw, Ghana
January 7, 2012


Effiduasi Methodist Unit School. Effiduasi, Ghana 
January 9, 2012

Made possible with funding and support from
The Wyncote Foundation
Central Coast Children’s Foundation
Teachers College Columbia University


http://blog.asha.org/2011/12/29/gone-to-ghana-2012/ 




Cate Crowley, Shemaiah Villani, Amy Erickson, Taylor Knotts, Sih-Chiao Hsu
Poster at 2012 ASHA Convention in Atlanta, GA
Winner of Meritorious Poster Submission from Program Chairs


Ghana Program