Loyola University Maryland

Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Eleni Bowden, M.S., CCC-SLP

Education

Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology; Communication Studies minor, 2006, Towson University, MD
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology, 2008, Loyola University, MD

Areas of Specialization

Articulation; Language 

About

Eleni Bowden has been working at the Scottish Rite Childhood Speech and Language Center (a satellite location of the Hearing and Speech Agency) since graduating from Loyola in 2008. While employed at Scottish Rite, she has served on a multidisciplinary evaluation team for the Baltimore City Infants and Toddlers Program. She has also been providing speech and language services to students of the School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, in addition to her clinic-based services. Eleni's clinical expertise includes diagnosis and treatment of pediatric speech articulation and receptive/expressive based language disorders. She also treats children with fluency disorders, autism spectrum disorders, cleft palate, Down Syndrome, auditory processing disorders, and phonological awareness delaysEleni has supervised graduate students in both clinic and private school settings. In 2017, Eleni joined Loyola University Maryland as an Externship Coordinator. She lives in Baltimore with her husband and 2 young children. 

Presentations

* Presented “Speech and Language Development in Children: Perspective of a Mom and SLP” to 50 career nannies: participants gained a better understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a speech-language pathologist; addressed speech and language expectations in children ranging from birth to kindergarten; discussed activities to facilitate speech and language development in children; provided therapy materials for demonstration

* Co-presented an In-Service for faculty and staff at the Friends School of Baltimore: attendees learned about the speech/language screening process, which assessments to use and why, speech/language expectations for students in kindergarten through fifth grade

* Co-presented at the 2012 Scottish Rite (RiteCare) conference “The iPad and You": participants discussed how to organize and use iPad applications in speech-language therapy; short video clips demonstrated the benefits of the iPad in therapy; these round table sessions provided attendees with reasons to invest in the iPad in their clinical/educational setting