Attend Elaine Ledwon-Robinson’s retirement reception
Please join us in a retirement reception for Elaine Ledwon-Robinson, director of Speech-Language Pathology.
Elaine developed and has led the SLP Department for the past 43 years. There are now 47+ SLPs providing services at 10 sites within Michigan Medicine. The SLP staff is involved in a wide variety of clinical programs, including autism assessment/treatment, stroke rehabilitation, voice, feeding and swallowing assessment/treatment as well as participating in the intra-operative language mapping program.
In 1989, Elaine developed and initiated the Milestones’ Pediatric NeuroRehabilitation program, a comprehensive outpatient program for children with acquired neurological impairment, for the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Elaine is one of 4 SLPs across the U.S. to hold pediatric and adult neurogenic communication board certification. One of the founders of the Michigan Brain Injury Association, she was named an ASHA Fellow in 2011.
Be sure to wish her well in retirement!
When: Wednesday, Aug, 22
Location: Towsley Center
Time: 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.