We are a group of speech-language pathologists, teachers, and researchers committed to furthering our understanding of effective writing instruction practices and disseminating this knowledge to teachers, specialists and parents.
- Serve the language and literacy needs of the local, regional and national community
- Offer an advanced clinical placement in writing for graduate students
- Examine the effects of structured writing instruction delivered individually, in a classroom environment, and via telepractice intervention
- Provide professional development for clinicians and teachers in the areas of language and literacy
Educators and Administrators
We offer strategies for integrating structured writing instruction through our WISE project.
Writing Clinics for Grades 4-12
Our writing clinic serves those reading at a 3rd grade reading level or beyond.
Professor Emeritus Communication Sciences and Disorders
- (617) 724-6311
- Shouse - 418
Assistant Professor Communication Sciences and Disorders Coordinator of Clinical Services, Julie Atwood Speech, Language and Literacy Center
- (617) 643-8467
- Shouse - 426
Adjunct Instructor Lecturer, Speech and Language Acquisition PhD student Online Prerequisites for the Health Professions Communication Sciences and Disorders Research: SAiL Literacy Lab
- Shouse - 423
Co-Director WELL Collaborative
- University of New Haven