Recent News

Erin O'Brien Wilson becomes Board Certified Specialist in Fluency and Fluency Disorders

The American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders is pleased to announce Erin O'Brien Wilson has been accepted as a Board Certified Specialist in Fluency and Fluency Disorders (BCS-F). Board Certified Specialists in Fluency are individuals who hold their Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) awarded by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and have demonstrated a high level of knowledge in clinical expertise in diagnosing and treating individuals with fluency disorders. They are designated as BCS-F. 

Board Certified Specialists in Fluency are clinical specialists who work in a variety of settings, including private practice, schools and universities. They provide evaluations and treatment for individuals with fluency disorders, such as stuttering, cluttering or overall disruption in the smooth flow of speech. 

The American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders, a not-for-profit organization, develops and implements standards in the ongoing evaluation and recognition of specialists in the clinical practice and research of fluency and fluency disorders. The BCS-F Program is driven by the need to give consumers access to professionals with advanced knowledge and skills, and to educate and recognize expert clinicians. For more information about the American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders, visit www.stutteringspecialists.org.

Dr. Salvi Featured on the Top of Mind Radio Show

Dr. Salvi was recently interviewed by the Top of Mind radio show, which can be found here. The article under discussion can be found here

Research Paper by Dr. Richard Salvi Featured in UB News

A study by the Center for Speech and Hearing, which explores new behavioral tests for diagnosing inner ear damage, has been the focus of an article in UB News. You can find the article here.

Memorial for Dr. Donald Henderson

A memorial for Dr. Donald Henderson, the founder of the Speech and Hearing Center at UB, has been published here.