Clinic receives funding to continue cochlear implant consultation project
Jill Oswalt, director of the Missouri State University Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic, and Karen Engler, clinical associate professor in the department of communication sciences and disorders at Missouri State University, received renewed funding from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for the cochlear implant consultation project. The grant is in the amount of $21,876.88.
For more information, contact Oswalt at (417) 836-6877.
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