Shannon Farho, a faculty member since 1997, is a clinical instructor with interest in pediatric diagnostics across a variety of disorders/delays, and intervention services for children birth to five years of age. Shannon is the Faculty Advisor of the Undergraduate NSSLHA chapter, a position she has held for over ten years.
Certificate of Clinical Competence, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) 1995 – Present
Louisiana License #3473 from Louisiana Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology 1995 –Present
Louisiana Speech and Hearing Association (LSHA)- Member 1991 – Present
Baton Rouge Speech-Language Pathologists – Member 1997 – Present
Hanen Centre – Certified presenter “It Takes Two to Talk” 2001 – 2004
Sign2Me – Level One Presenter Certification 2004 – Present
COMD 4381 – Disorders of Articulation
2003 – MacArthur Communicative Developmental Inventory
Participated in collection of normative data for 2nd edition
2002 – Thompson Delmar Learning
Reviewer for Assessment in Speech Pathology by Shipley & McAfee – 2nd edition
2004 – present – Consultant for East Baton Rouge and St. James School Systems
Louisiana Children’s Trust Fund. Program Coordinator. Developed and implemented a grant-sponsored community-based caregiver/teacher training program for a practicum experience involving LSU students
Baton Rouge Area Speech Pathologists
2000 Secretary, 1998 President, 1997 Treasurer
Robert Udick Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award – May 2003
Farho, S., Pruitt, S., Poston, V., Weiner, W., Oetting, J. (2002, November) Tips About Talk: A Caregiver Education and Prevention Program. Poster presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
Posey, W., Pruitt, S., Farho, S., Oetting, J., (2001, March) Tips About Talk. Poster presented at 14th Annual Research Update, Monroe, LA.
Farho, S., (2001). Tips About Talk: Program builds community and university Partnerships. Advance For Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists, Vol. 11, No. 21. 16