AUTHOR AND INSTRUCTOR
Brenda K. Logsdon,
M.A. CCC/SLP received both her Bachelor of Science and Master
of Arts degrees from Kent State University in 1989. She is an experienced
and competent clinician who has interacted with clients from age
2 through 100+ years who have a wide variety of primary communication
and medical disorders including: dysphagia, aphasia, dysarthria
and apraxia, hearing loss, CVA, TBI, and dementia.
She has researched and developed multiple in-service and continuing
education programs to audiences of up to 200 nurses, therapists,
case managers, administrators, dietitians, and nurses aids, as well
as demonstrating delivery of high quality project management under
diverse criteria due to multiple providers, positions, or customers.
Ms. Logsdon has experience in editing national journals, understands
and can apply research techniques as well as translate research
data into consumer-friendly format.
Her knowledge in common medical conditions and pharmacological treatment
of geriatric and pediatric patients adds to the value of her expertise.