Congratulations to our own Amy Glaspey, PhD., CCC-SLP!
For the 15 plus years of research and the publication of her Glaspey Dynamic Assessment of Phonology (GDAP)!
The GDAP is the first standardized, computer-assisted, dynamic assessment of speech production and stimulability.
Amy will presenting her assessment at the 2019 MSHA Convention in Billings in October!
Check it out:
2019 Winners of MSHA Awards
Congratulations to the following award recipients!
Meritorious Award is presented for outstanding professional achievement in the area of communication disorders of a non-technical nature or exemplary service to our organization, profession, and the communicatively impaired.
Awarded to: Kathy Minch
Achievement Award is presented for technical and/or professional achievement in the fields of speech-language pathology, audiology or any other related area concerned with the treatment of communication disorders. This award is presented to a person who has made a major contribution to the knowledge base within our professional fields, and/or to the methods or materials for the treatment and/or prevention of communication disorders. Their devotion and effort far exceed standard performance.
Awarded to: Dr. Laurie Slovarp
Service Award is presented for outstanding dedication and excellence in service to the MSHA organization.
Awarded to: Dr. Amy Glaspey
Organizational Award is presented to an organization that has made a major contribution to increasing our knowledge of the disorders of communication, developed a new clinical tool or techniques for the treatment of communicative disorders or had exhibited virtuous attitudes and behaviors in the delivery of services to the communicatively impaired. Awarded to: Montana Telecommunications Access Program
Laura Jo McKamey Award (aka “Big Purse Award”) is presented to someone who has provided exemplary service to MSHA. This is someone that exemplifies a spirit of volunteerism.
Awarded to: Anne Juel
Undergraduate Student Clinical Achievement is presented for outstanding work in the area of undergraduate level clinical practice.
Awarded to: Kelly O'Toole
Graduate Student Clinical Achievement is presented for outstanding work in the area of graduate level clinical practice.
Awarded to: Cathleen Cotter
Undergraduate Research Award is presented for outstanding work in the area of undergraduate level research. Awarded to: Caitlin Nogle
Graduate Research Award is presented for outstanding work in the area of graduate level research.
Awarded to: Sarah Popp
Off-Site Supervisory Award is presented for exemplary mentorship and supervision for the professional development of communication disorders students. Awarded to: Carol Morse