Shepherd Center Multiple Sclerosis Institute
Johns Creek, Georgia – United States
Bonnie Schaude is a speech language pathologist with over 30 years of experience working in adult and pediatric neurogenic cognitive, communication, motor speech and swallowing disorders. She has presented at local, national and international conferences in the area of neurogenic cognitive communication, speech, language and swallowing disorders. Her clinical experience ranges across the continuum of care including acute hospital settings, inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient day treatment facilities. She participated in a 5 year federally funded grant from the National Institute of Health in the area of Long Term Recovery of Cognitive and Language Functions after Traumatic Brain Injury while at Emory University Rehabilitation Center in Atlanta. She is currently working at Shepherd Center in the Multiple Sclerosis Institute with responsibilities & special interest in clinical assessment and treatment models based on evidence based practice, clinical programming as well as presentations locally and nationally. She is currently participating in data collection addressing the prevalence of esophageal dysphagia in Multiple Sclerosis. In addition, she is a Medical Consultant for the State Social Security Division with responsibility in the determination of severity of speech and language limitations for pediatric and adult Disability Allowances in the State of Georgia. Professional affiliations include American Speech Language and Hearing Association, Georgia Speech Language and Hearing Association, Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences, American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers and on the Board of Georgia Speech and Hearing Foundation.
Monday, November 4
1:30 PM – 5:30 PM