Laurie Bahlke is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Clinical Educator at Central Michigan University within the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Ms. Bahlke has competencies in areas of child and adult language, cognition and executive functioning, motor speech disorders and pediatric and adult dysphagia and feeding disorders. She also serves on planning and implementation committees for Interprofessional Education.
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Publications & Presentations
- 2016 Griffin, D., et al. (2016). From Introduction to Integration: Providing Community-Engaged Structure for Interprofessional Education, Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development, Jan-Dec, 3, 139-148.
- 2010 December Bahlke, L., Carobine, S. & Lehman, M. (2010). Use of TimeSlips to Improve Communication in Persons with Moderate –Late Stage Dementia, Journal of Aging, Humanities and the Arts, 4 (4), 390-405.
Credentials, Certifications & Awards
- Certificate of Clinical Competence for Speech-Language Pathologists (CCC-SLP)
- MA, 1998 Central Michigan University Speech-Language Pathology
- BS, 1996 Central Michigan University Communication Disorders with Minor in Psychology
Ms. Bahlke’s research interests include those related to: pediatric feeding, anxiety in children with feeding challenges, parent coaching and family centered approaches, dysphagia, early child language and interprofessional education and practice
Membership in Professional Organizations
- American Speech Language Hearing Association
Current Licenses/Certifications Held
- CSD 494: Mentored Practicum
- Ms. Bahlke has also taught courses in the areas of Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Dysphagia and regularly guest lectures in the area of Pediatric Feeding