NOVEMBER 2008

09 Nov 2008 - ELSA is now working with The European Clinical Specialization in Fluency Disorders (ECSF). Click here to read more!

November 08 - ELSA is working with The European Clinical Specialization in Fluency Disorders  (ECSF).

ECSF is essentially a program developed by eight different universities and colleges in five European countries for speech-language therapists wanting to become European Fluency Specialists.

ELSA has been working with this consortium during 2008. Firstly Anita Blom gave a presentation on the work of ELSA to trainee specialist speech therapists during a course and symposium at Lessius, Antwerp in April 2008, (see ELSA news entry 25 April 2008).

Just recently Edwin J Farr attended a consortium meeting at Trinity College Dublin to discuss ELSA's further cooperation with ECSF in the coming years.

For more information, visit www.ecsf.eu

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