Academics

Janet Rabinowitz

Lecturer, Comm Disorders

Degrees: M.S., Communicative Disorders, University of Redlands, 1999; B.A., Communicative Disorders, University of Redlands, 1991

Office: Comm Disorders , Truesdail Center

Office Hours: M 11-2 T/TH 10-11 and by appointment.

Phone: 909/748-8071 Campus Ext. 8071

E-mail: janet_rabinowitz@redlands.edu

Portrait

Areas of Expertise

Early childhood language development, and clinic.

Professional Background

I have worked in speech language pathology since 1996. During my time in this profession my main areas area of interest has been children from birth through elementary years with speech and language disorders. Prior to joining the University of Redlands in 2009, I worked in private practice, with Redlands Unified Schools, and with San Bernardino County Schools. In 2009, I became a certified therapist for the “It takes two to talk” and “More than words” parent training programs by the Hanen organization. Currently I am working with young children with language delays and their parents at the Truesdail Center for Communication Disorders at the University of Redlands.

 

Courses Offered at Redlands

 

  • CDIS 100 Clinical and Research Processes in the Communicative Sciences
  • CDIS 413-01 Senior Capstone: Community internship
  • CDIS 413-02 Senior Capstone: Clinical practice
  • CDIS 644 Early Language Clinic

Degrees Held

  • B.A., Communicative Disorders, University of Redlands, 1991
  • M.S., Communicative Disorders, University of Redlands, 1996

Previous Teaching Experience

  • University of Redlands: Salzburg program
  • University of Redlands: Professional Methods

Professional Experience

  • San Bernardino County Schools 1996 – 1999
  • Redlands Unified Schools 2002-2006
  • Small Talk: private practice with young children 2006-2006

Professional Affiliations

Member of American Speech-Language Pathology Association

The University has five Centers of Distinction.
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