Nicole Caballero, M.S., SLP (Binghamton University ’14; The College of St. Rose ’19) was featured on a NewsChannel9 (WSYR) story discussing our current Dynamic Therapy/Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing project for children ages 3-7. This project is supported by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). We are partnering with Dr. Patricia McCabe at the University of Sydney (Sydney, Australia) and Dr. Edwin Maas at Temple University (Philadelphia, PA USA)  to complete this international clinical trial. 

Details on the treatment study, including video of the news story, are available here