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University of Connecticut Assistive Technology Oral History Project

Caroline Ramsey Musselwhite

Speech Pathologist

Date: March 17-21 2009

Soon after Caroline decided to go into Special Education she volunteered at the Murdock Center, a state residential facility for people with significant delays. She worked with two young women there, learning from them insights about working with individuals with significant disabilities.

Caroline discovered a device that made her change her career and enter the field of speech pathology.

Plural Publishing was instrumental in helping Caroline to begin writing her first book while being a doctoral student.

Finally, Caroline addresses the important issue of AAC training for speech pathologists.

Snippet 1: "Tell us about your earliest experiences in the field of disabilities" (5:36)

Snippet 2: "Express your views on the need for AAC training for speech pathologists" (2:15)

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