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Jon Venezia's ASHFoundation New Investigators Research Grant led to additional funding from the Veterans Administration to study auditory processing deficits experienced by military veterans.
ASHFoundation Executive Director, Nancy Minghetti, talks about why she remains enthusiastic about the ASHFoundation for more than 30 years, and why helping others gives us a sense of purpose.
The ASHFoundation welcomes 6 new trustees.
ASHFoundation recipient Ian Mertes' article to be published.
Jones & Bartlett Learning recently joined the ASHFoundation's corporate donor community.
The ASHFoundation awarded $640,000 to 82 recipients at the annual Founders Breakfast during the ASHA Convention in Boston. Meet the newest awardees.
The ASHFoundation thanks Fred Minifie for his dedication and service.
Tiffany Johnson describes her research path and how her early ASHFoundation support contributed to her research success and a career in higher education.
Sriram Boothalingam explains how ASHFoundation funding kick-started his current research program.
Kerry Ebert, a two-time ASHFoundation recipient, describes how her funded ASHFoundation research grant launched this line of research for her.
Innovation was the focus of the ASHFoundation's activities at ASHA's recent Annual Convention in Boston, MA. A highlight was the corporate sponsored Innovation Gift Baskets at the ASHFoundation exhibit booth. Meet our gift basket winners and generous corporate sponsors.
The ASHFoundation Board of Trustees recently announces a name change for its planned giving program.
Soo-Eun Chang shares how ASHFoundation funding helped her pursue a new research direction and continues to support her long-term career goal.
Exceeding all expectations and historical data, the ASHFoundation experienced new highs in 2018. Take a look at a snapshot of the numbers.
Scholarship and grant awardee Teresa Gray describes how ASHFoundation funding helped her realize her dream.
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Three-time ASHFoundation recipient, Elizabeth Walker, discusses her work to understand variations in access to sound in children who use hearing aids or cochlear implants, and how this affects their cognitive and linguistic development.
Kathryn Connaghan, 2013 New Century Scholars Research Grant recipient, is studying how it’s not just what you say but how you say it that contributes to a speaker’s communication success.
New Investigators Research Grant recipient, Natalie Douglas, investigates how to improve the lives of people with dementia living in long-term care communities by coaching staff to improve communication with these residents.
Ianessa Humbert is working to bridge the dysphagia education gap. She believes that her ASHFoundation grant made this work possible, since it would have been difficult to find any other funding agency to support a study that focused on both speech-language pathologists and swallowing.
Karen Chenausky is trying to make sense of the complex and understudied area of speech acquisition in minimally verbal children with autism. She hopes to identify how to best teach these children to move from the single-word stage to word combinations, or even sentences.
Read as Radziwon reflects on how her ASHFoundation funding is advancing her hope to test treatments to restore or preserve auditory function.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of former ASHFoundation Board member and longtime, loyal friend and generous donor who died on January 23, 2018, in North Potomac, Maryland.
ASHFoundation recipient Dr. Amanda Van Horne discusses her work to find ways to more effectively help children learn and use language.
Dr. Antje Mefferd discusses how her 2012 New Investigators Research Grant allowed her to collect her first pilot data on speakers with dysarthria who also have Parkinson's disease (PD). She shares how this grant led to her current study of the role of the jaw in speech intelligibility loss and recovery in people with ALS and PD.
Research grant recipient Eva van Leer discusses her ASHFoundation-funded work to improve patient outcomes in voice therapy.
On its 70th anniversary, bolstered and emboldened by the achievements of its founders, the ASHFoundation reflects on its role as a catalyst for change.