Greetings to you!
Life is a very busy place for most people and I appreciate your visit here. I am a speech-language pathologist, historian, researcher, and writer. Here you will find a springboard to my other sites and a hodgepodge of information that you may find useful. Some of it deals with artificial larynx devices and laryngectomees; a little on delayed auditory feedback as a fluency tool; and an information base revolving around the historical Franklin Elementary School in Spokane, Washington.
If you are looking for information on my therapy services, voice and fluency equipment, or artificial larynx repairs, please visit me at Inland Speech Pathology.
1929 photo of a laryngectomee using a pneumatic speech device,
(Fletcher, Harvey, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 1929)
If you are looking for information about the Franklin School, or perhaps a picture of someone who attended there long ago, the Franklin Connection button is a good spot to dig around. Content found on this site reflect some research and professional interests and over twenty-seven years of speech-language pathology services. The blog is occasional and omnidirectional.
Finally, if you are here looking for farm, soap, or egg information please visit our ranch site, Newman Bluffs.
Feedback and comments are always invited. Thanks again for visiting.