Tommie L. Robinson JR, PHD
Washington, District of Columbia 20010
National Provider ID: 1588735732
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CNN: A Texas teen couldn't speak with his sister, so he created an app to give her a voice
Tommie L. Robinson, Jr., Ph.D., receives ASHA award
What is an auditory processing disorder?
Remote learning and children with speech difficulties
How to protect your child’s eyes and ears during online learning
Why does my son yell all of the time?
How do I teach my baby to talk?
Annual Convention of the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association
(2008) Evidence Based Practice in the management and treatment of stuttering
(2008) Cultural consideration in the language assessment in multicultural populations
(2008) Parents as partners in the clinical process
E-Journal for Black and Other Ethnic Group Research and Practices in Communication Sciences and Disorders
(2005) Parent-based treatment of childhood stuttering: Two case studies
Fluency and voice
(2001) Test and Measurements in speech-language pathology
Governors Academy for Teaching Excellence
(2007) Auditory processing: A partnership for speech-language pathologists and audiologists
Multicultural considerations in the assessment and treatment of fluency disorders
(2001) Communication Disorders in Multicultural Populations
Speech fluency issues in African American Children and adults
(2002) Perspectives on Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations
The new CCC standards Implications for training students to work with fluency disorders
(2002) Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders