Loyola University Maryland

Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Mina Goodman, M.Ed., M.S., CCC-SLP

Mina GoodmanClinical Faculty
mgoodman@loyola.edu
410-617-7603

Education

B.A.- Goucher College 1971
M.Ed.- Special Education, Loyola University Maryland- 1973
M.S.- Speech- Language Pathology, Loyola University Maryland- 1984

Areas of Specialization

Early language intervention; speech and language intervention for children and adults with Down syndrome; communication intervention for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders;  Developmental Apraxia of Speech; articulation and phonological disorders of children; pediatric speech and language diagnostics; social skills/ pragmatics for young adults/ adults with Down syndrome

Research Interests

Early Language Intervention

Social Skills/ Communication Needs of Young Adults and Adults with Down syndrome

Achievements (past 5 years)

Professional Presentations

“Tried and True Techniques for Early Intervention”- MSHA Short course- May 5, 2012. Presented in collaboration with Cheryl Councill, CCC-SLP

“Addressing Social Skills in Adolescents/Young Adults with Down Syndrome”- poster session presentation, ASHA Convention- November 18, 2010

“Early Communication Intervention for Children with Developmental Disabilities”- Shiela Applestein Memorial Lecture/ The Hearing and Speech Agency of Metropolitan Baltimore- June 15, 2010

Awards

Shiela Applestein Award for Excellence in the Field of Early Intervention- awarded by The Hearing and Speech Agency of Metropolitan Baltimore- June 15, 2010

ACE (award for continuing education)- ASHA

Professional Committees

Global Down Syndrome Foundation- Adults with Down Syndrome Taskforce (Communication, Speech and Language Committee)

Professional Associations:  MSHA; ASHA, National Down Syndrome Congress

Sarah Calamita
Students

Sarah

Both the love for Baltimore and the relationships she developed with professors as an undergrad inspired Sarah to pursue her master's at Loyola

Speech-Language Pathology