Congratulations to one of my auditory verbal graduates Caroline Yuk who is a psychology and biology major combined with a minor in computing technological sciences. She plans to obtain her M.D.- Ph.D. and pursue research in Otolaryngology. As a cochlear implant recipient, she understands first-hand the importance of merging technology with medicine. Caroline was recently awarded an AG Bell’s scholarship for students with hearing loss to Engage in Auditory Research Program (STEMM-HEAR), supported by the Hearst Foundations.
Read more about her in the lastest Volta Voices AG Bell magazine.
Where does the time go?
I was Caroline's oldest brother's auditory verbal therapist and also Caroline's the youngest of a set of twins.
I am honored to have worked closely with this committed family who did what it took for their children to accomplish a listening and spoken language outcome.