M.S. Communication Sciences & Disorders

» International Cognitive-Communication Disorders Conference

January 13 – 15, 2022

Chapman University, Orange, CA, in the heart of "Old Towne of Orange"

Come to the third ICCDC to present your latest research and hear what your colleagues are doing in the management of cognitive-communication disorders after brain injury. The emphasis of this conference is on the cognitive, communication and social disorders after traumatic brain injury, right hemisphere and other related brain disorders.

ICCDC is a small venue where researchers and clinicians have the opportunity to learn through peer-reviewed presentations and extensive discussion. Clinicians and researchers engage in discussions about how research can be translated into practice, including the opportunities and challenges, and how clinical experiences can inform research.

This will be a VIRTUAL conference only.  

Conference presenters are encouraged to submit a manuscript from their presentation for publication in the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (AJSLP) as a special issue. See the publications from the January 2020 conference,  AJSLP April 2021 Issue; these publications represent the research that was presented and the clinical discussions that occurred.

Key note Speaker:

Emma Power, BAppSc(Speech Path, Hons1, University Medal) Ph.D.
Associate Professor, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Conference Chair:

Mary Kennedy, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Professor, Department of Communication Science & Disorders 

Per Chapman University's COVID-19 protocols, this conference will be held completely VIRTUAL.

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