Lunchtime Colloquium with Dr. Josée Lagacé on Wednesday 28 November

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Josée Lagacé will be presenting to the School remotely on Wednesday 28 November as part of the School’s annual Colloquium Series.

Josée Lagacé is Associate Professor in the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Program at the University of Ottawa. Her main research interest focuses on speech perception in noisy environments, particularly by bilingual and multilingual populations. Through her research endeavors, she strives to better understand the underlying causes of difficulties hearing in noisy environments, in order to design more effective and evidence-based evaluation tools, as well as rehabilitation strategies for the populations experiencing these speech perception problems.

WHEN: Wednesday 28 November, 12:35-13:20

WHERE: Friedman Room 355 (Dr. Lagacé will be presenting remotely via videoconference technology)

TITLE: Auditory processing disorder or listening difficulties: That is the question?

ABSTRACT: This videoconference will summarize the current state of the literature and discussions about the construct of Auditory Processing Disorder (APD). Up-to date clinical models to help children presenting with listening difficulties and a normal audiogram will be discussed. Therapeutic intervention strategies will also be presented, as well as case examples.

We look forward to seeing you there!