Elizabeth A. Rosenzweig PhD CCC-SLP LSLS Cert. AVT is a speech-language pathologist and Listening and Spoken Language Specialist, Certified Auditory Verbal Therapist. She provides therapy services to children with hearing loss and their families around the world via teletherapy, mentors other professionals, and presents and consults worldwide. Dr. Rosenzweig is an Assistant Professor of Practice and Director of the Edward D. Mysak Clinic for Communication Disorders at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research interests include culturally responsive auditory verbal practice, trauma-informed care, and personnel preparation.
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- Get Comfortable Being Bad at ThisI often think of my first-ever patient. We’ll call her Callista. I was a rising senior undergraduate taking on my first practicum assignment in my university’s training clinic. Sure, I’d had volunteer placements and part-time jobs working at auditory-oral preschools for children with hearing loss since middle school, but this was the first time IContinue reading “Get Comfortable Being Bad at This”
- Just Floss One ToothSometimes, tasks can be overwhelming and we let the perfect be the enemy of the good. I was having a conversation with a mentee the other day when she shared a wonderful insight with me: Just floss one tooth. We were talking about performing daily listening checks to ensure that hearing equipment is functioning well.Continue reading “Just Floss One Tooth”
- Putting Out Fires (Or, “Why Some Families Don’t Seem to Care About Things that Professionals Think Are Important…”)Sometimes I am working with a family, or speaking to a mentee who is working with a family, of a child who is exhibiting significant delays. Perhaps the child’s technology is poorly programmed, infrequently used, or both. Maybe the child’s educational and therapeutic situation leaves a lot to be desired. Whatever the cause(s), this childContinue reading “Putting Out Fires (Or, “Why Some Families Don’t Seem to Care About Things that Professionals Think Are Important…”)”
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Elizabeth’s efforts are tireless. She has been the singular most valuable person I have encountered in our hearing loss journey.Carrie, Parent
I loved the PRACTICAL information. I often participate in PD by researchers. While I love hearing about the research, the practical is what I need. Your energy is contagious!Taylor, Presentation Attendee