Read information from Dr. Donna Pitts about how portable music players, rock concert attendance, fireworks, and toy cap guns are major offenders when it comes to hearing loss.
Loyola SLP graduate students participating in online classes and clinical experiences share their love from across the country.
Helping Students Maintain Social Distancing Without Feeling Socially Isolated
Improv to Empower People With Disabilities—and Train First Responders
U.S. News & World Report recognizes several of Loyola’s graduate programs
An audiologist uses his military experience to support legislation allowing people with hearing loss to serve.
Loyola Speech-Language Hearing Sciences faculty, Lena Caesar, Ph.D. and Donna Pitts, Ph.D., traveled to Belize to lead a ASHA-PAHO training workshop to instruct staff and teachers in the detection of the early signs and stages of hearing loss and autism.
From March 7 through March 9 Loyola University Maryland hosted the Aphasia Access Leadership Summit which gathers professionals who help people with aphasia navigate life.
The Loyola Clinical Centers in partnership with Loyola University Maryland's graduate Speech-Language Pathology and Psychology programs will host an interprofessional seminar on Friday, February 22, 2019 at the Loyola University Maryland Graduate Center - Timonium Campus from 8:00 - 11:30 a.m. This unique opportunity brings together graduate students from two distinct disciplines and exposes them to real-life journeys from the perspective of the parent of a child with a disability as they navigate today's educational system.