Richard Lewis, Ph.D., CCC-A, LSLS-Cert., AVEd.

HomeCommunication Disorders and Deaf EducationRichard Lewis, Ph.D., CCC-A, LSLS-Cert., AVEd.

Professor

(314) 719-3617
Office: East Building 222

Education:

  • BA English & Speech, Clarion University
  • MS Teaching the Deaf, University of Pittsburgh
  • PhD Communicative Disorders, Northwestern University

Honors and Certifications:

  • Tenure granted:  Fontbonne University  2006
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence: Audiology-American Speech, Hearing and Language Association, 1975
  • Licensed clinical audiologist and hearing aid dispenser-State of California, l979-2000
  • Board of Directors-Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf, Washington, D.C., 1980-82
  • Fellow, American Academy of Audiology, 1988-present
  • Certified Auditory-Verbal Therapist: Auditory-Verbal International, 1995
  • Council on Education of the Deaf:  Professional certification, 2001
  • Licensed Clinical Audiologist and Hearing Instrument Specialist, Missouri – July, 2001 to present
  • Certified Auditory-Verbal Educator – A.G. Bell Assoc. Acad. of Listening & Spoken Language, July 2009

Recent Publications/Conference Presentations:

2012

Wrote and directed plays for AAC Camps in July and October – Fontbonne University

2011

Wrote and directed plays for AAC Camps in July and October – Fontbonne University

2010

Paper presented at 2010 MSHA Convention – “Late-Diagnosed CAPD in an Adult”

Wrote and directed plays for AAC Camps in July and October – Fontbonne University

2009

Paper presented at 2009 ASHA Convention – “Case Study of and Adult with (C)APD”

Wrote and directed plays for AAC Camps in July and October – Fontbonne University

2008

Conducted tutorial for teachers at St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf – Preparation for taking the examination for Listening and Spoken Language Specialist certification – A.G.Bell Assoc.

Paper presented:  Fontbonne University Symposium on Auditory Learning in Deaf Education

  • Auditory Technology in Education

Attended Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association – Chicago, IL

Wrote and directed plays for AAC Camps in July and October – Fontbonne University

Initiated provision of diagnostic evaluation of central auditory processing disorders – Fontbonne

2007

Attended Annual Convention of the American Academy of Audiology – Philadelphia, PA

Paper presented:  Fontbonne University Symposium on Auditory Learning in Deaf Education

  •  Auditory Technology in Education

Wrote and directed plays for AAC Camps in July and October – Fontbonne University

Initiated provision of diagnostic hearing evaluations for Fontbonne faculty, staff, clinic clients, and students.

2006

Attended Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association – Philadelphia, PA

Presented paper: “Auditory Technology in Educating Children with Hearing Loss” – Pennsylvania

Association for Educating Children with Hearing Loss – State College, PA

Attended Convention of the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf – Pittsburgh, PA

2005

Papers presented at Annual Convention of Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association

  • Auditory Technology for SLPs
  • Technological Considerations for Audiologists

Attended Annual Convention of the American Academy of Audiology – San Antonio, TX

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