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A Conversation with Jenny McGlothlin MS’01, CCC-SLP, CLC

As a master clinician, how do you advance Callier’s three-part mission? TREATMENT I provide speech-language therapy and feeding therapy to infants and children. In 2005, I started Supportive Treatment of Eating in Preschoolers (STEPS), a small group program for children ages 2 to 5 with feeding disorders and their parents. Under my supervision, graduate students…

A Conversation with Monica Trevino AuD’21

How did you become interested in audiology? My uncle has a severe hearing loss. He wears a hearing aid and a cochlear implant. Also, my grandfather fought in World War II and as a result, wore hearing aids for many years. So, I grew up around family with hearing loss, but I didn’t realize it…

A Conversation with Yune S. Lee, PhD

How did you become interested in research that combines speech, language and music? I was a guitar kid growing up in Seoul, South Korea. In college, I played in a rock band while majoring in biology. As my passion for music grew, I decided to work in the music industry. I got a job at…

2021 Callier Cares Luncheon

Thank You for Celebrating the 10th Anniversary Callier Cares Luncheon Together, We Raised More Than $245,000 to Help Patients in Need A Special Thank You to: Honorary Chairmen: Libby Hunt (2012), Barbara Stuart (2013), Betsy Cullum and Sissy Cullum (2014), Tiffany Divis (2015), Angie Kadesky (2016), Emilynn Wilson (2017), Beth Thoele (2018), Beth Layton (2019)…

Callier Center Mourns Loss of Longtime Supporter Dr. Kenneth Altshuler

Dr. Kenneth Altshuler, who died Jan. 6 at the age of 91, and his wife, Ruth, provided the inspiration and initial gift to start the Callier Care Fund, which is used to assist patients who experience financial barriers to accessing needed speech and hearing services.

A Passing: Dr. Ken Altshuler

It is with great sadness to share that our beloved Dr. Ken Altshuler passed away on January 6 at the age of 91.