Top 10 of 2010 for Speech-Language-Hearing
In no particular order, here are they are! Our Top 10 of 2010 for Speech-Language-Hearing professionals:
- ASHA Honors recipients–including authors and colleagues Drs. Judy Montgomery and Wayne Secord!
- ASHA Fellows–including inaugural and current EBP Briefs editors and colleagues Drs. Laura Justice and Chad Nye!
- Noted author, researcher, and all-around gentleman, Dr. Ronald Goldman, was the 2010 Frank R. Kleffner Lifetime Clinical Career Award recipient. Congratulations, Dr. Goldman, it was well-deserved!
- Mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android: Smarty Ears, Proloquo to Go, and many, many more. Apple also set up a section in their App Store called “Special Education: Learning for Everyone.”
- Healthcare Legislation: love it or hate it– and there’s certainly no shortage of controversy– this was certainly a notable event this year.
- Social Media goes mainstream: One word: #SLPeeps!
- OASES record forms for children as young as 7. Ok. We know this one’s about us, but we’re excited about it. There are plenty of stuttering severity measures out there. Instead, OASES assesses the impact of stuttering on the person who stutters in multiple areas of life. By Dr. J. Scott Yaruss, Dr. Bob Quesal, and Craig Coleman.
Yes. That’s only seven. But we want hear from you– what are three more things you’ll remember most about 2010? Sound off in the comments.