The Speech Science Podcast

ASHA Elections Part 3: Dr. Yvette Hyter; Burnout, Women’s Voice; and Hearing Protection

March 29, 2019

Episode 71:  ASHA Elections Part 3: Dr. Yvette Hyter; Burnout, Women’s Voice; and Hearing Protection

On this episode, the crew went back to Facebook Live to start the show.  Michael, Matt, and Michelle discuss holding licensures in multiple states.  What is Burnout? How can SLPs help women be heard at work?  How loud is too loud?  Did you know there are amusement parks labeled as a Certified Autism Center, what about Sesame Street?  Michelle was able to sit down with Dr. Yvette D. Hyter.  Yvette is an ASHA Fellow, and Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo.  Yvette is running for VP of Planning for ASHA. 



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